Sevilla defender, Sergio Ramos scored an own goal which saw Barcelona win their LaLiga clash 1-0 on Friday night.
The victory saw Xavi’s team provisionally move top of the tabke,
Ramos, a former Real Madrid captain, was helpless when he attempted to block a cross from 16-year-old Lamine Yamal.
This saw the ball creep over the line in the 76th minute.
Ramos, who once held young Yamal’s hand in the tunnel when the Barca forward was a club mascot, received a hostile welcome when his early touches were met with jeers from the home fans.
But a loud cheer rang out at the Montjuic Olympic Stadium, Barca’s temporary home ground, after the 37-year-old’s own goal. The result moved Barca one point clear of Girona, who are second with a game in hand, while Sevilla are 12th.