1x1 del Sevilla: A tango to get into the semifinals

Lopetegui repeated in eleven that he lined up against Roma and the Argentine connection of Banega and Ocampos was worth the well-deserved knockout pass.

1x1-del-Sevilla:-A-tango-to-get-into-the-semifinals

Lopetegui repeated in eleven that he lined up against Roma and the Argentine connection of Banega and Ocampos was worth the well-deserved knockout pass.

Bono: Providencial stopping the penalty for Jiménez that would have completely changed the game's script. Sure and giving the reason to Lopetegui to trust him.

Navas: Tireless and, for the umpteenth consecutive game, proving that he is the best right-back in Spain.

Koundé: Superb. He knew how to adapt at all times to stop the English attackers, whether it was going to the crash, the cut or measuring himself in speed.

Diego Carlos: Penalty action is one of those that weighs down the vast majority of footballers. But Diego Carlos is not like most and he ended up having a great game.

Reguilón: Hyperactive in attack and always offering to vent to his teammates.

Fernando: From less to more, sweeping the midfield as only he knows how to do it.

Banega: Another spectacle crowned with the attendance of the triumph. The anger that his departure produces continues to increase game by game.

Jordan: Remarkable releasing the ball out and even stepping on the area.

Suso: He was Banega's best partner while he was on the pitch. Very toned.

In Nesyri: As unorthodox as usual, some occasion was manufactured.

Ocampos: It was being one of the grayer games that you remember, but good footballers, who also have a goal, must always be on the pitch. Colossal header.

CHANGES

Franco Vázquez: He won balls in the spinal cord and gave the game what it needed.

De Jong: He came out to win by high on defense and attack and did it.

Munir: Testimonial.



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