The draw that Sevilla achieved this Monday at the Ceramic stadium against Villarreal (2-2) means that Julen Lopetegui’s men remain undefeated since the return of the confinement after four games already played: a victory over the derby against Betis (2-0) and three draws against Levante (1-1), Barcelona (0-0) and the aforementioned against the Castellón team.
But this streak adds to the one that the Nervión team had without losing, since it has not knelt since February 9, when it lost to Celta in Balaídos (2-1) despite starting to win. Since then, the whites accumulate 10 games without biting the dust, a streak that the club itself has highlighted on Tuesday on its website, remembering that from October to December 15 it also maintained a streak of 10 matches undefeated.
After Sevilla fell in Vigo, Lopetegui’s side drew consecutively against Espanyol at home (2-2) and in Romania against Cluj (1-1) in the Europa League round of 32 match. They then clearly won in Getafe (0-3) and returned to tie with Cluj in Sánchez Pizjuán (0-0). Later they beat Osasuna 3-2 also in Nervión and, finally, before declaring a state of alarm, Sevilla tied in the Wanda Metropolitano against Atlético de Simeone (2-2).
In total, 3 wins and 7 draws that keep Lopetegui alive in the dispute over their goals, both in the League, currently occupying positions in the Champions League, and in the Europa League, in which they are eighth and have pending a single match duel against Roma.