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 Interâ€™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.