Madrid, April 2:

Sevilla were held to a 0-0 draw by Osasuna on Sunday and slipped to two points behind Spanish league leaders FC Barcelona. Sevilla, who are bidding for their first league title since 1946, remain without a victory in their last four away games.

Robinho scored the winning goal in the 83rd minute to give Real Madrid a 2-1 win over Celta Vigo and keep the team in the chase for their first title since 2003. Ruud van Nistelrooy gave Madrid the lead with a 27th-minute penalty, but Angel Lopez equalised in the 44th.

Barcelona have 56 points, followed by Sevilla with 54, Madrid with 51 and Valencia with 50. Also, it was: Racing Santander 5, Athletic Bilbao 4; Getafe 2, Zaragoza 2; Atletico Madrid 1, Mallorca 1; and Gimnastic Tarragona 1, Recreativo Huelva 1.

Italian Serie A

ROME: Inter Milan extended their lead in the Serie A to 20 points after beating struggling Parma 2-0. Maxwell scored his first goal in Italy in the 56th minute following an exchange with Hernan Crespo. Adriano set up Crespo for Inter’s second goal in the 70th. Inter have an unbeaten record of 25 wins and four draws.

On Saturday, AS Roma and AC Milan warmed up for their Champions League quarter-final matches with a 1-1 draw. Third-place Lazio won 4-2 at Udinese. Guglielmo Stendardo, Stefano Mauri, Valon Behrami and Tommaso Rocchi scored for Lazio. Antonio Di Natale converted a penalty for Udinese and Vincenzo Iaquinta scored in the injury time in his return from injury.