This Seville reconnected, in this case at zero, the result Champions League two days before the end of the championship, the same Majorcawhich point was added stays in relegation places but survives in search of salvation.

The Andalusian team, as in the previous days, no net game and this made it difficult for him to create scoring chances despite being almost always in control of the match, while the Balearic Islands worked hard with the idea of ​​surprise from time to time but most of all their goals were not punctured.

team Julen Lopetegui He came in after scoring two very cautious goals at home against Cádiz (1-1) and Villarreal (1-1) and missed the first opportunity to qualify for the Champions League in the second, so who called? victory that will carry him to the next ‘Champions’.

Ahead, Mexico’s Javier Aguirre’s Mallorca stood with no less need to follow Clinging to the possibility of being permanent after the big disappointment that was a surprise 2-6 the other day Against a direct opponent like Granada.

Moroccan Youssef En-Nesyri and Denmark’s Thomas Delaney remained in reserve, while the Gipuzkoan coach made some changes to backlash, including striker Rafa Mir, Serbian midfielder Nemanja Gudelj and winger Erik Lamela. Ivan Rakitic.

‘Vasco’ Aguirre also rebuilt the team and one of the most significant changes was scored by the presence of veteran Manolo Reina to replace former Sevilla player Sergio Rico, who was on loan from France’s PSG last winter and was widely criticized for his game against Granada. .

For these improvement purposes, a match started with a visiting team that defended itself well to avoid leaving room for the opponent and causing some loss of useful locals, and it was Majorcan Antonio Sánchez to try it first. It took up to three minutes, but his shot went off.

A few minutes later it was Rafa Mir who brought the Andalusian formation to the fore in the first offensive game, but today another of the leading forward was much clearer. Salva Sevilla saved him from under the sticks with the goal he conceded.

It was Sevilla’s warnings to his opponents that redoubled their pressure to keep the ball from getting too close to their court, and as the minutes passed, desperation or haste entered Lopetegui’s.

This came 25 minutes later during a rebound in midfield that left Argentina’s Rodrigo Battaglia very lonely, but The Moroccan goalkeeper did not define well against Yassine Bono.although it had the effect of making the stands nervous and putting the Sevilla team in a stalemate offensively and somewhat hesitantly on the defensive.

France’s Jules Koundé and Mexico’s Jesús ‘Tecatito’ Corona both tried in the same game over half an hour, but once again the team was so advanced, the turnovers led Mallorca to advance, but with little precision but as Sevilla thought about it offensively and the match was over. with the idea that it extended to a goalless draw and was always open to any blow.

With a score of 0-0, the match went to rest and he took his place in the second half when Sevilla wanted to carry their weight once again and give more speed to their attacks. failed to pose any real danger to a well-retracted opponent and at times intimidated, as in a shot from Kosovar Vedat Muriqi to which Bono responded well.

Lopetegui did Enter En-Nesyri, Argentinean Lucas Ocampos and Frenchman Anthony Martial but Javier Aguirre has already pulled out Japanese Take Cubo or Dani Rodriguez for the final quarter of regulation time to go with more requests for the required three points.

As with En-Nesyri’s header with Manolo Reina’s save and Pablo Maffeo’s header before his opponents, both teams failed to reach their goal in a seven-minute match that went out of control. visitors, although unsuccessfully.

Data sheet:

0 – Seville: Bonus; Jesús Navas (Ocampos, m.67), Koundé, Diego Carlos, Acuña; Gudelj (Rakitic, m.80), Joan Jordán (Denaley, m.55), Lamela (Martial, m.67), ‘Papu’ Gómez, ‘Tecatito’ Corona; and Rafa Mir (An-Nesyri, m.55).

0 – Majorca: Manolo Reina; Maffeo (Giovanni González, m.97), Antonio Raillo, Valjent, Brian Oliván; Antonio Sánchez (Grenier, m.88), Salva Sevilla (Dani Rodríguez, m.74), Battaglia, Jaume Costa (Russo, m.88); Angel (take Kubo, m, .74) and Muriqi.

Judge: Alejandro José Hernández Hernández (Las Palmas Committee). Locals Acuña (m.40), Joan Jordán (m.49), Lamela (m.60) and Gudelj (m.75) and visitors Brian Oliván (m.52), Raillo (m.71), Salva Sevilla (m. .72), Antonio Sánchez (m.72), Take Cubo (m.78) and Maffeo (m.89). In addition, Sevilla, who was on the bench in the 86th minute, showed a red card to a member of the coach (m.86).

Events: The game played in front of 33,242 spectators at the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán stadium on the thirty-sixth day of LaLiga Santander.