Real Madrid mounted a comeback against Sevilla as the La Liga leaders came from two goals down to clinch a 2-3 victory at the Sanchez Pizjuan on Sunday evening.
Real Madrid conceded two quick goals in the opening 25 minutes with the home team looking extremely disjointed in the midfield and in the defence, Sevilla scored the opening from a free-kick in the 21st minute and the second goal from a rebound which feel on the part of Erik Lamela in the 25th minute.
Edouardo Camavinga was shown the first yellow of the game.
Anthony Martial was substituted by Rafa Mir after the French attacker was brought down by a heavy challenge from Camavinga in the 39th minute.
It was a fascinating first half at Sanchez Pizjuan as Sevilla hold a 2-0 lead into the second half.
Real Madrid pressured Sevilla in the early start of the second half with the table-toppers completely different in the second half.
Sevilla manager Julen Lopetegui adjusted his tactics with the Papu Gomez substituted for Oliver Torres.
Camavinga was substituted in the opening minute of the second half with Brazilian attacker Rodrygo thrown in substitute Rodrygo scored for Real Madrid in the 58th minute to make it 2-1.
Vinicius’ goal was wrongly judged for a handball, Nacho was thrown in for Real Madrid to replace Luka Modric and the defender slotted in the second goal for the visitors to make it 2-2 with eight minutes left.
It was Benzema that scored the winning goal for Real Madrid following a brilliant run from Rodrygo.