Real Madrid moved three focuses away from champions Barcelona at the highest point of La Liga with a well deserved triumph against Sevilla at the Bernabeu.
Brazil midfielder Casemiro scored twice for Zinedine Zidane’s side, either side of Sevilla striker Luuk de Jong’s impeccable, twisted equalizer.
Luka Jovic’s cunning backheeled pass had permitted Casemiro to break Sevilla’s obstruction following 57 minutes.
Casemiro then headed in the inevitable champ from a Lucas Vazquez cross.
Barcelona can profit to the summit for objective distinction when they have Granada on Sunday.
Third put Atletico Madrid stay eight focuses behind pioneers Real after they were beaten 2-0 by Eibar later on Saturday.
Guests Sevilla, who stay fourth after the thrashing, made a sure beginning as ex-Real manager Julen Lopetegui’s side hoped to near inside two purposes of the main two.
De Jong was denied a first-half opener from a corner after a video right hand official audit demonstrated Nemanja Gudelj had blocked Eder Militao as the Real safeguard endeavored to follow De Jong’s run.
Real needed to stay persistent until Jovic’s help for Casemiro gave the game’s first flash of inventiveness, yet Sevilla reacted only seven minutes after the fact as De Jong changed over splendidly into the contrary corner from simply inside the case.
They were not able make Real perspiration for a really long time, in any case, as Casemiro guaranteed his second and the hosts, delegated Spanish Super Cup champions a weekend ago, had the option to hang on.