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SPANISH PRIMERA DIVISIÓN

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
2 Atletico 4 2 0 14
3 Sevilla 4 1 1 13
4 Real Madrid 3 2 1 11
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 By PA Sport

Atletico Madrid beat Sevilla to continue unbeaten start

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Atletico Madrid's Koke has warmly welcomed back Diego Costa to the club but believes he will need to fight for a starting place.

Diego Costa looked on as Atletico Madrid allowed themselves to keep pace with Barcelona at the top of La Liga with a 2-0 win over Sevilla.

Costa is back with Atletico after Chelsea agreed to grant his wish to return, although the Spanish club's transfer ban means he will have a watching brief until January.

He was able to enjoy what he saw on Saturday, as his new club took further advantage of Real Madrid's early-season indifference and moved six points clear of their city rivals.

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Sevilla boss: Second time I threw ball away vs. Liverpool was 'sportsmanlike'

Jurgen Klopp responded to hostile words from the Sevilla bench after the Spaniards were apparently still incensed their manager was sent off.
Steve Nicol and the rest of the FC pundits continue to be astonished by Jurgen Klopp's tactics in the back as Liverpool give away two easy goals.

LIVERPOOL -- Sevilla manager Eduardo Berizzo says he was sent to the stands during his side's 2-2 draw with Liverpool for trying to do the "sportsmanlike thing."

Berizzo was dismissed from the touchline at Anfield on the hour mark for delaying the game by throwing the ball away, having been warned by referee Danny Makkelie in the first half after a similar incident.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp and Sevilla's fitness coach Pablo Fernandez were involved in verbal altercations after Berizzo's dismissal...