Eternal Champion

Two heads from Diego Jong and a Chilean from Diego Carlos give Sevilla the Sixth Europa League. Tremendous and heroic final match of Lopetegui's men

Eternal-Champion

Seville, Seville, Seville, Seville, Seville and Seville. Six Europa Leagues, those that from this glory Friday will adorn the sleeve of the Nervión team to further enlarge a gigantic European legend with another victory in an epic and tremendous final, like almost all the previous ones. A new exercise in football, chaste and courage before a great of Europe, Inter Milan, who bent the knee as Manchester United had bent it only six days ago so that Jesús Navas, that eternal captain, would raise the sky of Cologne Cup that changed Sevilla's life. That it is changed back to sevillismo during this pandemic, that of masks, pain, exile and finally the German paradise for the Sánchez Pizjuán team.A victory forged from suffering, can one win another way? end, Seville? An inexorable victory. "Hey Mr. Anderson? It's the sound of the inevitable," he tells Agent Smith to Keanu Reeves in the Matrix trilogy. The inevitable thing since he got into the quarterfinals, five antecedents said, is that Sevilla will win this Cup. Whatever happens. Practically unapproachable for most of the season, Brazilian Diego Carlos has become accustomed throughout this Europa League to taking penalties in the first minutes of each game. Al Wolves, United ... This time he did it before ever. Lukaku beat him in the melee and the Brazilian knocked him down with a scissors, without a doubt from the referee. The Belgian giant himself converted it, glued to the post (1-0, 5 '). And again to row against the current.While Conte repeated eleven for the fourth time in four games, Lopetegui qualified his attack with De Jong, the goal-scoring hero of the semifinals against United, in the place of Moroccan En Nesyri. The Basque coach surely relied on the work behind the back of the Dutch striker to try to keep the ball in attack and look for a second play, in front of the heavily populated Inter defense. De Jong said he had told As this week that he preferred the title to the leading role ... But he was a star, well he was, the Dutchman able to head an assist, again, from Jesús Navas (1-1, 12 ') That he didn't want to be the hero, said the uncle. Three goals for De Jong between the semis and the final. A physical match was played, with a very intense literal exchange of blows, on the scoreboard and on the legs. Rather, the one that gave most of the kicks was Inter, especially D'Ambrosio, of whom no one understands that he left with rositas, without yellow, after half a dozen fouls before half an hour. Arrival in the areas had been slowed down when Banega hit a side free kick to which Luuk responded with another impossible header. He slipped through the squad (2-1, 33) but Inter responded with the same coin just three minutes later: Brozovic took it to the far post and the former athlete Godín headed free from the mark, point-blank (2-2, 33). Lopetegui was disappointed with the markings, again the designated one was Diego Carlos. What little joy had lasted for Sevilla.

Truce and charge back

A small truce was reached at halftime, only broken by another header from Ocampos to which Handanovic this time responded well. Navas put his back and his life a shot from the front of Gagliardini, who looked very bad. The beginning of a second half had been played much more in the tran-tran, but soon the two teams re-engaged in their roles. Sevilla wanted to play the ball and Inter were comfortable with the ball. In one of those rebounds, Bono appeared with the same gigantic figure that had embittered United last Sunday and took Lukaku a heads up.

Inter had taken the handle somewhat, Sevilla perhaps stunned by the injury to Ocampos, which again suffered the same knee problems as against United. But then came the redemption of Diego Carlos, and what a redemption. A loose ball in the area after a foul and the center-back became Hugo Sánchez with a tremendous Chilean, worthy of the Mexican Matador, who slipped, by the way, after hitting Lukaku. Exchange of roles, sevillista madness (3-2, 76 ').

Koundé took it out almost over the line after a mess in the Sevilla area. Conte had put on the field as a last resort to the Danish Eriksen to give Inter another profile with much more touch, especially between the lines. But there was only passion, there was only Banega and Mudo keeping the ball, only love and glory remained. Only Seville remained. There was only room left for the Hexacampeón.

Seville, Seville, Seville, Seville, Seville and Seville. Six Europa Leagues, those that from this glory Friday will adorn the sleeve of the Nervión team to further enlarge a gigantic European legend with another victory in an epic and tremendous final, like almost all the previous ones. A new exercise in football, chaste and courage before a great of Europe, Inter Milan, who bent the knee as Manchester United had bent it only six days ago so that Jesús Navas, that eternal captain, would raise the sky of Cologne Cup that changed Sevill's life. That it is changed back to Seville during this pandemic, that of the masks, pain, exile and finally the German paradise for the Sánchez Pizjuán team. A victory forged from suffering, can a final be won in another way, Seville? An inexorable victory. "Hey Mr. Anderson? It's the sound of the inevitable," he tells Agent Smith to Keanu Reeves in the Matrix trilogy. The inevitable, since he got into the quarterfinals, six stories told him, is that Sevilla win this Cup. Whatever happens. Practically unapproachable for most of the season, Brazilian Diego Carlos has become accustomed throughout this Europa League to taking penalties in the first minutes of each game. Al Wolves, United ... This time he did it before ever. Lukaku beat him in the melee and the Brazilian knocked him down with a scissors, without a doubt from the referee. The Belgian giant himself converted it, glued to the post (1-0, 5 '). And again to row against the current. While Conte repeated eleven for the fourth time in four games, Lopetegui qualified his attack with De Jong, the goal-scoring hero of the semifinals against United, in the place of Moroccan En Nesyri. The Basque coach surely relied on the work behind the back of the Dutch striker to try to keep the ball in attack and look for a second play, in front of the heavily populated Inter defense. De Jong said he had told As this week that he preferred the title to the leading role ... But he was a star, well he was, the Dutchman able to head an assist, again, from Jesús Navas (1-1, 12 '). That he didn't want to be the hero, said the uncle. Three goals for De Jong between the semis and the final. A physical match was played, with a very intense literal exchange of blows, on the scoreboard and on the legs. Rather, the one that gave most of the kicks was Inter, especially D'Ambrosio, of whom no one understands that he left with rositas, without yellow, after half a dozen fouls before half an hour. Arrival in the areas had been slowed down when Banega hit a side free kick to which Luuk responded with another impossible header. He slipped through the squad (2-1, 33) but Inter responded with the same coin just three minutes later: Brozovic took it to the far post and the former athlete Godín headed free from the mark, point-blank (2-2, 33). Lopetegui was disappointed with the markings, again the designated one was Diego Carlos. What little joy had lasted for Sevilla.



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