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Ivan Rakitic played a good game back at Camp Nou but in Sevilla jersey against Barcelona

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In the last game and the derby of the 5th round, Barcelona and Sevilla played 1: 1 at the Camp Nou.

Sevilla took the lead with a goal by Luuc de Jong in the 8th minute, but just two minutes later Coutinho took advantage of a mistake by visiting captain Jesus Navas who ideally left him the ball to score after trying to stop Messi’s pass to the Brazilian.

By the end of the game, there were several attempts from both sides, and the best opportunity for Barcelona was in the referee’s addition Trincao, but his shot from a promising situation was saved by the visiting goalkeeper Bono.

Ivan Rakitic played a good 78 minutes on the way back to Camp Nou in Sevilla’s jersey.

The Real Madrid players took the lead in the Spanish league table after beating Levane 2-0 away, earlier in the afternoon. The victory for the current Spanish champion was brought by Vinicius Junior (16) and Karim Benzema (90 + 5). Until the 89th minute the captain of the Croatian national team Luka Modrić played for Real.

The Royal Club leads with 10 points and a game less, ahead of Betis with nine and Real Sociedad and Villarreal with eight points each.

Barcelona – Sevilla 1-1

FC BARCELONA: Net (2); Sergi Roberto (2), Piqué (3), Araujo (3), Jordi Alba (2) (Dest (3), 75 ‘); Busquets (1), De Jong (1); Griezmann (1) (Trincao (2), 61 ‘), Coutinho (3) (Pjanic, 75’), Ansu Fati (2) (Pedri (3), 61 ‘); Messi (2)

SEVILLA CF: Bonus (3); Jesús Navas (2), Koundé (2), Diego Carlos (3), Acuña (2); Suso (3) (Munir (2), 61 ‘), Jordan (2) (Oliver Torres (sc), 84’), Fernando (2), Rakitic (2) (Gudelj (1), 78 ‘); De Jong (3) (Fernández (sc), 84 ‘), Ocampos (2) (En-Nesyri (1), 61’)

Goals: 0-1, De Jong (8 ‘); 1-1, Coutinho (10 ‘)

Referee: Gil Manzano, Extremadura Committee. Cards to Pjanic (77 ‘), Gudelj (), 87’)

Stadium: Camp Nou

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