FC Sevilla football team won the Europa League, defeating AS Roma 5-2 in the final played at the Puskas Arena in Budapest, following a penalty shoot-out. For Sevilla, it is the seventh triumph in the second interclub continental competition, according to News.ro.
At the end of extra time, the score was 1-1. They scored Mancini ’55 (own goal) for Sevilla, respectively Dybala ’35 for Roma.
In the shootout, Ocampos, Lamela, Rakitic and Montiel scored for FC Sevilla.
Cristante scored for AS Roma. Mancini and Ibanez missed out.
The Spaniards have won seven UEFA Cups or Europa League trophies, more than double any other team. Four football clubs, including Liverpool, have won this trophy 3 times, according to the BBC.
FC Sevilla: Bounou – Jesus Navas (Montiel ’95), Bade, Gudelj (Marcao ‘120), Alex Telles (Rekik ’95) – Fernando (Jordan ‘120), Oliver Torres (Suso ’46), Rakitic – Ocampos, En -Nesyri, Bryan Gil (Lamela ’46). Antrenor: Jose Luis Mendilibar
AS Roma: Rui Patricio – Mancini, Smalling, Ibanez – Zeki Celik (Zallewski ’91), Cristante, Matic (Bove ‘120), Spinazzola (Llorente ‘106) – Dybala (Wijnaldum ’68), Pellegrini (Al Shaarawy ‘106) , Abraham (Belotti ’75). Antrenor: Jose Mourinho.
The match was refereed by Englishman Anthony Taylor.
Editor : A.C.