Sevilla FC celebrate a goal against CA Osasuna
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SEVILLA FC ESTABLISH A NEW CLEAN SHEET RECORD

529 minutes is a new record without conceding a goal in La Liga

Sevilla FC secured a professional win last night in Pamplona against CA Osasuna, putting the team up to third position in La Liga and keeping a seven point distance - with a game in hand - over Real Sociedad. Diego Carlos and Luuk De Jong's goals secured the win, while the team kept yet another clean sheet.

With last night's, Sevilla secured their eleventh clean sheet in La Liga, putting them level with Real and Atlético Madrid. The Nervionenses have six wins in a row, with the last five being a clean sheet, a record for the team in the First Division. In the last ten games, the team have eight clean sheets and only one defeat, last Wednesday's against Borussia Dortmund.

Sevilla have six league wins in a row, only conceding one goal

Furthemore, with the clean sheet against Jagoba Arrasate's team, Julen Lopetegui's men have conceded the same number of goals as Atlético Madrid - sixteen. Both teams have conceded three goals less than the next team in the list, Real Madrid. In the six games, all of them wins, the team have only conceded one goal away to Deportivo Alavés. With the latest run, Sevilla have set a clean sheet record in La Liga without conceding - 529. The last record was set back in 14/15 when the team went 517 minutes without letting a goal in.

 

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