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Malaga held by Zaragoza

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Malaga held by Zaragoza

Malaga\’s Champions League push suffered a blow as they were held at home 1-1 by lowly Real Zaragoza.

The hosts fell behind to an early Helder Postiga strike and although Alarcon Isco levelled from the penalty spot 10 minutes later, Malaga were far from their best with Zaragoza enjoying the majority of the game\’s chances.

However, some of Zaragoza\’s joy at claiming a tough point away from home was dampened by the last-minute dismissal of Jose Mari for a second bookable offence.

Sevilla\’s resurgence under Unai Emery continued as they won for their fourth consecutive home game, 2-1 against Rayo Vallecano thanks to goals from Ivan Rakitic and Alvaro Negredo.

Negredo missed a host of chances as Sevilla dominated the first period, but they were eventually gifted a half-time lead moments before the break. Ruben Martinez rushed from his goal to clear but only succeeded in presenting the ball to Rakitic who chipped delicately into an empty net from 40 yards.

Rayo were level though six minutes into the second half as Fernando Navarro pulled down Alejandro Dominguez as he tried to connect with Roberto Trashorras\’ corner and Dominguez himself stepped up to send the ball low past Beto.

However, Sevilla were back in front just three minutes later as wonderful play from Jesus Navas and Coke set up Negredo to backheel the ball in from close range for his third goal in as many games over the past six days.

Sevilla held on despite having Rakitic sent-off for a second bookable offence in stoppage time.

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