Spanish League Results Rayo Vallecano vs Seville – The highest result was obtained by the Sevilla vs Rayo Vallecano club in the first week of the Spanish League. Playing in front of home fans, Sevilla was unstoppable in this match. Sevilla's aggressive style of play was repeatedly thwarted by their opponents' solid defense.

Even though he had difficulty scoring goals, Sevilla finally managed to secure victory in this match. Julen Lopetegui's men managed to win with a quite encouraging final score, namely 3-0.

In this match, Sevilla's new player, Erik Lamela, played well by scoring two of the three goals that determined Los Rojiblancos' victory.

Meanwhile, Youssef En-Nesyri scored again with a penalty. Apart from losing, in this match Rayo Vallecano's fate was also quite sad because he had to lose one player, namely Luca Zidane because he was given a red card by the referee.

This victory gave Sevilla three full points which led them to 2nd place in the Spanish League provisional standings for the 2021-2022 season. Real Madrid are the only team Sevilla have lost to, although the Spanish giants have won their previous games by a much larger margin.

Sevilla's opening day victory in La Liga in 2021-2022 is also their best win. As for Rayo Vallecano, it's a shame they had to commemorate their return to La Liga with a defeat that put them in 20th place in the standings with 0 points.

Summary of the match Rayo Vallecano vs Seville

In the first week of the Spanish La Liga for the 2021-2022 season, Sevilla hosted Rayo Vallecano in a thrilling match. As one of the giants, playing in front of their own fans certainly makes them confident enough to win. With a better quality team, Sevilla can easily dominate the game.

Luca Zidane, Rayo Vallecano goalkeeper, was sent off for a bad foul in the 16th minute, which resulted in a penalty for Sevilla and a 1-0 lead.

Apart from having to play with 10 players in the remaining matches, Rayo's goal also had to give up after Youssef En-Nesyri successfully carried out his task of completing the penalty.

Sevilla now lead 1-0 through their penalty goal. Despite having a larger roster, Sevilla were unable to increase their advantage in the final minutes of the first half. As a result, the first half ended with a score of 1-0 in favor of the host.

Second half Rayo Vallecano vs Seville

When this match started in the second half, Sevilla, who had the advantage in the number of players, had more freedom to dominate the match. Waves of onslaught continued to be launched by Sevilla in an effort to add to their goal. Rayo, on the other hand, can only live on the counter.

Unfortunately, Sevilla's continuous sharp attacks were still able to penetrate Rayo's tight defense. In the 55th minute, Erik Lamela managed to fire a shot that the opposing goalkeeper failed to clear. The former Tottenham player managed to score a goal to increase his team's advantage to 2-0.

Julen Lopetegui's goal feast in this match ended with Erik Lamela's second action with En-Nesyri. To avoid the score being 3-0, Lamela scored both goals with his left foot in his first match. The hosts were able to maintain this advantage throughout the game, when Sevilla was declared victorious.

Rayo Vallecano vs Sevilla line-up

Sevilla (3-4-1-2): Marko Dmitrovic, Jules Kunde, Diego Carlos, Karim Rekik, Jesus Navas, Joan Jordan, Fernando Reges, Marcos Acuna, Oscar Rodriguez, Youssef En-Nesyri, Oussama Idrissi.

The 4-2-3-1 formation has Rayo Vallecano's Luca Zidane as the lone striker with Francisco Garcia, Alejandro Catena, Mario Suarez, Santi Comesana, Ivan Balliu, Alvaro Garcia, Oscar Valentin, Randy Nteka, and Oscar Trejo as other key defenders.


Sevilla hosted Rayo Vallecano in the first week of the Spanish La Liga this season. Erik Lamela scored two goals to win Sevilla.

Rayo Vallecano goalkeeper Luca Zidane was sent off for a foul in the 16th minute. Sevilla was unable to increase their advantage in the final minutes of the first half. Erik Lamela scored both goals with his left foot in his first game for Sevilla.

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