1x1 of Sevilla: The sixth Sevilla that prostrates Europe at its feet

Lopetegui captains a champion team in which all his decisions, especially his bet on De Jong, were winners.


The Dutchman Luuk de Jong was the only novelty in the eleven of Sevilla compared to the team that Lopetegui lined up at the start in the three previous qualifiers. In this way, the Basque coach awarded the scorer of the goal that led to the passage to the final, leaving En Nesyri on the bench. And his decision could not have been more successful. Banega said goodbye in a big way. Diego Carlos went from hell to heaven in a Chilean. And Navas lifted his title as captain.

Bono: One of the main culprits of the Sevilla title. In the whole tournament but also in the final, taking Lukaku a providential heads up in the second half. Outstanding from top to bottom.

Navas: Legend. And period.

Koundé: Sevilla's best investment since Daniel Alves.

Diego Carlos: From going down in history as a plague to going out on the shoulders of the Chilean of victory. And after taking his third equal penalty in three games. What things does football have?

Reguilón: It's a shame that Sevilla can't pay what it's worth. He made a spectacular final, as if it were the tenth he played and not the first.

Fernando: Wounded but always standing. Nothing was left in the deposit.

Jordan: He arrived at Sevilla as a footballer from whom a step forward was expected and the Catalan has made a triple jump. Veteran personality in the final.

Banega: Goodbye, magician. No Sevilla player has seen a better midfielder than you.

Ocampos: Despite being injured, his pride allowed him to put Inter in trouble until they burst.

De Jong: Oh how funny De Jong was!

Use: Grayer work than usual but just as necessary.


Munir: Key forcing fouls in the final minutes.

Franco Vázquez: He did absolutely everything right!

Gudelj: Teaching the coronavirus what it's like to win a Europa League.

In Nesyri: Brawler.

Photos from as.com
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