Seville, Dec 19 (EFE) .- A penalty from Argentine Lucas Ocampos, exceeded half an hour, puts Sevilla ahead (1-0) at halftime in the match that takes place this Saturday at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán stadium against Valladolid , of the fourteenth day of LaLiga Santander.
The sevillistas, on a lawn that held up well despite the abundant rainwater that fell throughout the day, took control of the game and began to warn of their intentions in several set pieces, but especially in a raid of Ocampos, who wanted to pass goalkeeper Jordi Masip in a heads up, although the ball was repelled by the crossbar after eleven minutes.
It was at half an hour when the Seville team had a prize in the form of a penalty in their favor for the hands of a player trained in the Sevilla quarry, Fede San Emeterio, who did not miss Ocampos, the most destabilizing player on his team.
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