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Spanish Primera BBVA

La Rosaleda (ATT 30,377) 1st February 2014 - Kick off 21:00 Ref: J Gonzalez Gonzalez

Malaga Malaga vs Sevilla Sevilla

Malaga 3

Duda (pen 31, 83)
G Samu (77)

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Sevilla 2

C Bacca (49)
F Fazio (66)

Duda sinks Sevilla

Last Updated: 02/02/14 2:03pm

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Malaga won 3-2

Malaga won 3-2

Duda scored twice as Malaga came from behind after throwing away the lead to win 3-2 at home to Sevilla in the Primera Division on Saturday.

The Portuguese playmaker opened the scoring in the first half and then grabbed the winner seven minutes from time to move Malaga clear of the relegation zone.

Sevilla looked to have turned the match around in the second half as goals from Carlos Bacca and Federico Fazio put them in front, but the game turned for a second time.

Samu made it 2-2 in the 77th minute before Duda had the final say as Sevilla's European hopes took a hit at the hands of their Andalusian rivals.

Jose Antonio Reyes had a chance to put Sevilla in front in the 14th minute, but his shot from inside the area was blocked by Willy Caballero.

Instead Duda put Malaga ahead after half-an-hour, slotting a penalty low into the right corner after he himself had been fouled by Coke.

The visitors made a double change at the break, Coke and Reyes replaced by Diogo Figueiras and Kevin Gameiro and the switch paid immediate dividends.

Bacca levelled in the 49th minute, finishing into the bottom corner from the left of the area, before Fazio put the visitors in front.

Ivan Rakitic swung in a free-kick and the centre-back met it with his head to make it 2-1 in the 66th minute.

There were more twists to come, though, and Samu slammed an equaliser into the top corner following a cross from Pablo Perez

And Duda completed the comeback, and a topsy-turvy half, with the winner in the 83rd minute.

Perez was again the provider, sliding the ball in from the left for his team-mate to finish from close range.

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Spanish Primera BBVA

Spanish Primera BBVA
Pos Team P Pts
1 Barcelona 32 78
2 Real Madrid 32 76
3 Atletico Madrid 32 69
4 Valencia 32 65
5 Sevilla 32 63
6 Villarreal 32 52
7 Malaga 32 46
8 Athletic Bilbao 33 46
9 Celta Vigo 32 42
10 Espanyol 32 42
11 Rayo Vallecano 32 41
12 Real Sociedad 32 38
13 Getafe 32 36
14 Elche 32 34
15 Eibar 32 31
16 Levante 32 29
17 Almeria 32 28
18 Deportivo La Coruna 32 28
19 Granada 32 25
20 Cordoba 33 20

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