Headlong, in the throes of the match, Venezuelan Yangel Herrera scored the only goal Granada needed to beat Sevilla this Saturday on the sixth day of Spanish football.
The Venezuelan, who along with his compatriot Darwin Machís, entered to play the last 30 minutes of the match was lethal in the attack and ended up saving the three points of the day.
In this way he continues his extraordinary start to the season with five goals in seven games.
With this victory, the Nasrid provisionally assault the second place in the classification with 10 points, only behind the leader Real Madrid.
Sevilla, who played the second half with one less player after a second yellow card to Joan Jordán, was seventh with seven points.