Atletico Madrid 3-1 Sevilla

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Sevilla had been snapping at the heels of pacesetters Real Madrid and Barcelona for much of the season, but a run of three successive league matches without a win means that their promising title chase has unravelled.

Sevilla coach Jorge Sampaoli claimed he has to rediscover the "real Sevilla" during the worldwide break after Antoine Griezmann teed up Diego Godin's opener and then struck a stunning free-kick as Atletico Madrid compounded a week to forget Sevillistas Los Blanquirrojos in a 3-1 win on Sunday. Real also have a game in hand.

"It is normal that when you do not get what you want - a win - there is frustration and bitterness [in the dressing room]". Our live coverage lets you follow all the key moments as they happen.

UNITED were dealt a blow as target Antoine Griezmann admitted he is "dreaming" of a move to Barcelona, Real Madrid or Bayern Munich.

Atletico, now seven points ahead of fifth-placed Villarreal, look to be safely on course to Champions League qualification (something that would, without doubt, influence Griezmann's destination for next season), and stand a superb chance of reaching this year's semi-final after drawing Leicester City.

They reached the quarter-finals of this season's competition in midweek with a 0-0 draw against Bayer Leverkusen, going through 4-2 on aggregate.

Atleti's win closes the gap on third-placed Sevilla to just two points.

Koke added Atletico's third before Joaquin Correa registered a consolation for the visitors.

The France forward first crossed the ball for Diego Godin to head home in the 36th minute before Griezmann scored from a free kick taken well outside the area in the 61st.

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