Granada, promoted this season, succeeded through its pressure to disarm Sevilla's attack in the first half, but the host's efforts waned after Jordán's goal. "We are very motivated and I think we can get a lot better," Jordán, a former Eibar player, said.
The visitors lost right back Sergio Reguilón when he couldn't recover from a hard head knock with Granada's Victor Díaz and was carried off on a stretcher in tears in the 18th. Sevilla is coached by former Spain and Real Madrid manager Julen Lopetegui. It won its opener last weekend at Espanyol 2-0.
Also, Levante striker Roger Martí converted two second-half penalties to complete a 2-1 comeback win over Villarreal. Villarreal goalkeeper Andrés Fernández stopped the first penalty, but a video review revealed Fernández left his line too early and the penalty was retaken.
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