Real Madrid were expected to bounce back better and focus in the race for the La Liga Title, after been knocked out of the Champions league by Chelsea.
Zinedine Zidane's men had a clear chance to leapfrog Barcelona and Atlectico Madrid to go top of the La Liga table if only they were able to win Sevilla.
Sevilla who are currently in fourth position in the la Liga table, and have secured a place in the Champions league football next season didn't take it likely with Real Madrid on Sunday.
The visitors took a First half lead through Fernando's goal, but substitute Marco Asensio put him team back on track Midway through the second half.
Former Barcelona midfielder Ivan Rakitic made no mistake when he took a penalty for Sevilla and handed over 2-1 lead to Sevilla. A late Eden Hazard's goal in the fourth minutes of the five minutes added time rescue Real Madrid's hope for the La Liga title race.Real Madrid Climbs to second position, dropping Barcelona to third as both teams have 75 points. Two points behind league leaders Atlectico Madrid.
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