Real Madrid can lose to Sevilla at Pizjuan, says club President
Sevilla's president believes Real Madrid could lose this weekend to his team, who have a great record at home.
Sevilla (Spain), May 1 (IANS) Sevilla president Jose Castro recalled that his team have not lost a home game in 15 months, referring to Saturday's La Liga game against Spanish football giants Real Madrid at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium, which Los Blancos know "is one of the fields where they can potentially lose".
Castro assured on Thursday that "the field will be packed" as there are only a few tickets left, adding that "it is a quite an important match for the both of us", reports Efe.
Castro was in Warsaw on Wednesday, visiting the venue of the Europa League final where he handed over the UEFA Cup, although he plans to "bring her here again" and has made no secret that "the ideal way" would be winning the trophy again to add another title and secure a direct qualification to the Champions League.
Real Madrid are currently in second place in La Liga with 82 points, two behind leaders Barcelona, while Sevilla hang in fourth position with 69 points, six away from Atletico Madrid in third.