The Argentine midfielder Lucas Ocampos gave Sevilla the victory against Eibar (1-0) on Monday to secure him in positions'Champions', after scoring the only goal of the match and stop, dressed as a goalkeeper due to Vaclik's injury, a very clear final chance for the gunsmiths, who complicate life in their goal of salvation.
After a first half in which Dmitrovic was used thoroughly to thwart the two best Sevilla times, in Fernando's boots and Ocampos himself, Quilmes's man finished off a cross at the far post from Jesús Navas's right before which the armored goalkeeper could do nothing (min.56).
Expósito and Pedro León, with a foul that crashed into the barrier, rushed the options of José Luis Mendilibar, who found the clearest in 95, when Kike García stayed in front of Tomas Vaclik and his cross shot crashed into the post.
As a result of that clash, the Czech goalkeeper had to be removed on a stretcher, and Ocampos put on his gloves to face the last seconds, which would start with Eibar throwing out of bounds. Even Dmitrovic went up to finish, and it was precisely him who dropped the ball; the Argentine, showing off the best reflexes, deflected the Serbian goalkeeper's shot in the 100th minute to defend the three points.