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Dec 5, 2015 at 9pm UK at Riazor
DeportivoDeportivo La Coruna
1-1
Sevilla
Lucas (22')
FT(HT: 1-0)
Iborra (76')

Result: Vicente Iborra earns point for Sevilla

Vicente Iborra earns Sevilla a 1-1 draw as Deportivo La Coruna miss the chance to climb into the top four.

Vicente Iborra scored the equaliser as Sevilla claimed a 1-1 draw to prevent Deportivo La Coruna from climbing into the top four.

Yevhen Konoplyanka threatened to break the deadlock in spectacular fashion early on when his 25-yard free kick drifted inches wide of the post.

Deportivo improved as the first half progressed and took the lead midway through the first half when Lucas went one better than Konoplyanka by firing his low free kick into the bottom corner.

Sevilla's midfielder Iborra celebrates after scoring a goal during the Spanish league football match RC Deportivo de la Coruna vs Sevilla FC at the Municipal de Riazor stadium in La Coruna on December 5, 2015. The match ended with a 1-1 draw.© Getty Images

Sevilla enjoyed spells on top after falling behind, but they wasted a good chance to get back on level terms when Kevin Gameiro fired wide after being released by Sergio Escudero.

The hosts were inches away from conceding a second goal early in the second half when a lack of pressure invited a shot from Jonathan Rodriguez, whose curling effort drifted just inches wide of the post.

Despite lacking creativity for most of the evening, Sevilla fought back well and eventually produced the quality required in the final third to get back on level terms with 14 minutes of normal time remaining.

Fernando Llorente held off challenges from a couple of defenders to meet a cross with a header to find Iborra, who slotted home despite appearing to be in an offside position.

Neither side could find a winner late on as Deportivo settled for staying in fifth, while Sevilla remain 10th in the table.

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