Spanish football giants Real Madrid were stunned over the weekend by a determined Sevilla team in the La Liga.
Sevilla produced a storming comeback to end Real Madrid’s unbeaten start to the season as they won 3-2 at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan in La Liga on Sunday.
Sergio Ramos gave Real a deserved 22nd-minute lead with a fine overhead kick but Ciro Immobile equalised on 36 minutes with his first goal for Sevilla.
Ever Banega then put the hosts ahead in the 61st minute before substitute Fernando Llorente headed in a third on 74.
James Rodriguez scored a consolation with the last kick of the match, but defeat means Real are three points behind La Liga leaders Barcelona heading into El Clasico on November 21.
Sevilla then went straight down the other end to kill the game off, Llorente ghosting in ahead of a sleepy Madrid defence to nod in Mariano’s cross.
The visitors managed to pull a goal back in stoppage time through Rodriguez’s low finish, but the points already belonged to Sevilla.