The team already shared this achievement with Barcelona FC and the Athletic club since the previous season, however, the goal conceded by Barcelona and the two scored by Atlético in San Mamés, leaves Sevilla FC as the team that has conceded the fewest goals in La Liga so far.
After conceding no goals in the match against UD Las Palmas, Eduardo Berizzo's team has accumulated 415 minutes without conceding in the Championship, given that Spaniard Baptistao equalised the score of the league opener in the 35th minute.
Sevilla FC has accumulated 415 minutes without conceding in La Liga
It is the third time in history that the team has completed the first five matches in the first division with only one goal being scored by opponents. In the season of 70/71, under the management of Max Merkel, the team managed four victories and a 0-0 draw against Las Palmas. The goal against came in a game against Real Madrid, where Sevilla FC were defeated at home with a final score of 3-1.
The second time this was achieved was in 84/85, with Manolo Cardo as manager. The team maintained the same dynamism over four victories and a 0-0 draw in Elche. The first goal conceded by the team was in the fifth game - a home game against Real Zaragoza. The final score was 2-1 to Sevilla FC.