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La Liga News: 28 September 2016; Real Madrid Draw Again, Sevilla Edge Lyon

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Andre Schurrle's late goal for Dortmund holds Madrid to draw - ESPN
Andre Schurrle's late equaliser helped Borussia Dortmund claim a 2-2 draw against Group F rivals Real Madrid at the Westfalenstadion. Ronaldo grabbed his 95th Champions League goal when his first-time effort beat Dortmund goalkeeper Roman Burki to give the visitors a 1-0 lead, but Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang equalised just before half-time.

Real Madrid's third straight draw angers Zinedine Zidane - ESPN FC
Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said he felt "screwed" after his team again conceded a late equaliser in Tuesday's thrill-a-minute 2-2 Champions League Group F draw at Borussia Dortmund. The see-saw battle saw Cristiano Ronaldo finish a sweeping counter-attack to put Madrid in front, then Dortmund back on level terms when Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored after a Keylor Navas error.

Wissam Ben Yedder fires Sevilla to Group H win versus Lyon - ESPN
Wissam Ben Yedder's second-half goal gave Sevilla a 1-0 home win over Lyon in Champions League Group H on Tuesday. The French striker struck eight minutes after the break to ensure the reigning Europa League holders maintained their strong start in Europe's premier club competition.

Iborra renews at Sevilla | Football Espana
Sevilla have confirmed that Vicente Iborra has committed his future to the club by signing a new deal until 2020. Iborra, who was heavily linked with a move to English Premier League side Sunderland over summer, was appointed as captain of the Andalucian club earlier this month and has played 137 games for the club to date.

Valencia close in on Prandelli | Football Espana
Valencia are reportedly close to announcing Cesare Prandelli as their new manager to replace the sacked Pako Ayestaran. The club are keen to get the former Italian national team manager in as quickly as possible after being informed by the RFEF that their number one target Marcelino would not be able to take the reigns due to his spell at Villarreal running into this season.

Granada sack Jemez | Football Espana
Paco Jemez has been sacked by Granada after only six games in charge, the club have confirmed in a statement. Jemez was only appointed as boss of El Grana in June after his four year spell at Rayo Vallecano came to an end when the Vallecas-based club were relegated but after collecting only two points from their opening six league fixtures he was under pressure.