The Seville does not stop. After scoring the derby against Betis with a solitary goal from En-Nesyri, Julen Lopetegui’s men are already working to prepare a late match against Elche at Sánchez Pizjuán this Wednesday. With this appointment the Andalusians will be equated in matches played to the rest of the League and will be able to take an even greater leap and distance themselves further with fifth place, consolidating their goal of repeating in the Champions League next season.
But the duel against Betis, intense like all derbies, claimed two victims in the form of a sanction, since two of the four players that Sevilla had warned about saw the fifth yellow card, so they will have to serve a sanction match before the Elche team.
In addition, they are two players of great specific weight in the squad, such as Diego Carlos and Joan Jordán. The Brazilian saw the warning in a throw that Mateu Lahoz punished in the 72nd minute in which he jumped with Borja Iglesias, while the Catalan, in 88, made a hard tackle to Emerson in the band that also cost him the yellow.
In Sevilla, Jesús Navas and Rakitic are also warned, both with four yellow cards to one of the suspension.