Julen Lopetegui's team controlled more in the first and second, after 1-2, he was very conservative in his game, which gave him the three-point prize against an opponent, which Joan Francesc Ferrer trains, who He didn't know how to take advantage of the fact that he had more of the ball in the final stretch.
With this result, the sevillistas cling to the privileged positions of the table, while Betis cannot give the pull from the low zone.
The coach of the verdiblancos, 'Rubi', relied on the same eleven from last week at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium against Real Madrid, where he tied an important draw to zero reinforced the team's morale by joining it to the previous win against to the Celtic.
Although, from the outset, it seemed a conservative alignment with three centrals plus Marc Bartra embedded in the center of the field, the locals came out with great impetus towards the area of the 'eternal rival'.
Sevillista coach Julen Lopetegui, for his part, maintained confidence in the extreme Manuel Agudo 'Nolito' and in the Dutch tip Luuk de Jong, and with them his team began to take the air to the crash too soon.
Precisely De Jong and Nolito were the first of the game that they threw on goal, but without major problems for the goal Joel Robles.
Yes the Madrid goalkeeper had them shortly after in a third attempt Sevilla with a hard shot from inside the area of the Argentine Lucas Ocampos who could not stop and became the 0-1.
He accused both Betis, who was clueless for a few minutes in which the opponent wanted to do more damage, but local disorientation did not last long and soon he went for the Czech goal Tomas Vaclik, as with a shot that went high French Nabil Fekir.
It was then the formation of Lopetegui that had a hard time at times in a game without game pattern, alternatives, strength and nerves.
As the break approached, Sevilla managed to reassure the game for their interests and De Jong was a real nuisance among the centrals to match theirs.
But in those, Loren Moron, as always, was the one who returned the joy to the Betics when the game died in their first half and achieved the draw with their eighth goal this season.
In the second part, Betis wanted to continue to rebuild the goal he achieved in the last stages of the first and Lopetegui soon gave the field 'Franco' Vazquez, by Oliver Torres, to give more consistency to the center of the field and ride more precise kickbacks.
The resource went well to the coach from Gipuzkoa because shortly after the second came from Sevilla, the work of De Jong, who had a prize for his great work with his second goal with the Nervion team after a great pass from the Argentine Éver Banega.
It was again to start again for Rubi's team and the Barcelona coach took Joaquin Sanchez, for a center like Moroccan Zou Feddal, so that the captain put more artillery in the local offensive game.
It was precisely a play of the Verdiblanco captain, who ended up with a header from Alex Moreno, which could be the tie, but Vaclik avoided it.
Betis went with everything up, and also with Borja Iglesias on the ground, before a much more conservative opponent who had little the ball in his possession and who trusted his defense.
Sevilla found the prize in their defenses against a rival with desire but without resources to at least have achieved a new tie that did not come.