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Estadi Cornellà-El Prat (Cornella de Llobregat)

Espanyol 1-2 Sevilla

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Sevilla beat Espanyol 2-1 in their Spain - Primera Division match at the Estadi Cornellà-El Prat in Cornella de Llobregat.

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Goals
34 mins — Espanyol vs Sevilla 0-1 — Bacca goal vs Espanyol
57 mins — Espanyol vs Sevilla 0-2 — Iborra goal vs Espanyol
61 mins — Espanyol vs Sevilla 1-2 — Stuani goal vs Sevilla
Match Stats

Espanyol Starting Lineup

13 - Kiko Casilla
19 - D. Colotto
16 - Javi López
5 - Víctor Álvarez
22 - Álvaro González
4 - Víctor Sánchez
6 - Salva Sevilla
10 - Abraham
24 - Paco Montañés
9 - Sergio García
8 - C. Stuani

Sevilla Starting XI

1 - M. Barbosa
3 - Fernando Navarro
21 - N. Pareja
6 - Daniel Carriço
23 - Coke
12 - Iborra
4 - G. Krychowiak
22 - Aleix Vidal
20 - Vitolo
17 - Denis Suárez
9 - C. Bacca

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