Atléitco Madrid and Sevilla have secured the third and fourth Champions League tickets in Spain in a mutual duel. Both teams were able to shake hands after a 1-1 draw in Wanda Metropolitano.
Atlético Madrid-Sevilla 1-1 Atlético announced just before his last home game that Luis Suárez and Héctor Herrera would say goodbye afterwards. The two will leave after this season and leave Atlético behind as Champions League contestant. José María Giménez opened the score in the match between the numbers three and four, with a sharp header after half an hour of play: 1-0, but the Andalusians Youssef En-Nesyri were right before time and have enough of that point to stay ahead of fellow townsman Real Betis.
1-1 and the discharge is big! 😮💨 En-Nesyri Most Likely Heads Sevilla to Champions League Football 💪 #ZiggoSport #LaLiga #AtlétiSevilla pic.twitter.com/HNYY1YQu2H
— Ziggo Sports Football (@ZS_Voetbal) May 15, 2022
Cádiz-Real Madrid 1-1 and Getafe-FC Barcelona 0-0 Champion Real Madrid and number two FC Barcelona have nothing to play for in the competition and both failed to win against a low flyer. Mariano Díaz put the Real Madrid B team in Cádiz ahead, Rúben Sobrino gave the number seventeen a more than welcome point in the fight against relegation. Barcelona featured in Getafe‘s party, which achieved in-house enforcement thanks to the 0-0. Memphis Depay’s injury was a blemish on the evening.