Valencia's midfielder Dani Parejo celebrates his second goal during the Spanish league football match Valencia vs Sevilla at Mestalla stadium in Valencia on January 25, 2015. AFP PHOTO / JOSE JORDAN
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Valencia leapfrogged Sevilla into fourth in La Liga with a 3-1 win over the Andalusians in a match filled with controversy and three penalties Sunday.The Colombian couldn't repeat the trick moments later against penalty specialist Diego Alves, though, as the Brazilian 'keeper dived to his left to stop the third penalty of the night and Javi Fuego compounded his error with Valencia's third after the break.Victory moves Valencia two points clear of Sevilla in fourth, although the Europa League holders have a game in hand.Sevilla could have no complaints about Valencia's second as they were cut open by Enzo Perez's ball over the top and Parejo composed himself before slotting into the far corner.
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