Papu Gómez on Sunday scored a stoppage-time winner for Sevilla, which finished with 77 points.
Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane was a bit angry after a VAR decision went against the club in a 2-2 draw against Sevilla FC.
Madrid twice trailed against Sevilla, needing a late goal by Eden Hazard deep in stoppage time to earn the final equalizer at the Alfredo Di Stéfano Stadium.
Sevilla still holds a 17-point advantage over fifth-placed Real Sociedad and has secured a Champions League spot for next season.
Despite the defeat, Atletico Madrid holds the top spot on the La Liga table with 66 points from 29 games.
Sevilla suffered a 3-2 defeat against Borussia Dortmund in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie.
However, it is really interesting to note that the Spanish side picked a club, which will ply their trade in the third division of Indian football and not ISL.
Rakitic sealed the victory in an 85th-minute breakaway, beating goalkeeper Marc-André ter Stegen with a shot into the top of the net.
What makes this partnership intriguing is the fact that Sevilla partnered with a club, which ply their trade in the third tier of Indian football when teams in ISL are widely known in comparison.
The club already has plans to tie up with an unnamed Indian club and also reiterated their desire to partner with clubs around the world that fit their footballing model.
With one eye on a potential semi-final, Ribery, Robert Lewandowski, Jerome Boateng and Joshua Kimmich must tread carefully as they are a booking away from a ban.
Valencia midfielder Kondogbia has said he will try to put his emotions to one side as faces his former football club Sevilla.
The home side salvaged a degree of pride when Pablo Sarabia and Nolito tucked away goals in the last five minutes.
Ferdinand admitted that he, along with some senior players, doubted De Gea's potential when he first arrived at Old Trafford.
Manchester United gaffer Jose Mourinho was irritated at the focus on the absence of Pogba from his starting line-up.