Sevilla Qualify For The Europa League Final Again, To Face Jose Mourinho AS Roma


Sevilla qualified again for the final of the Europa League after defeating Italian giant Juventus. The Spanish giants are set to face Jose Mourinho’s AS Roma in the final.

Sevilla fought back against Juventus after going behind early in the second half through Dusan Vlahovic chipped goal.

Suso’s beautiful strike from outside the box gave Sevilla the equalizer before the end of the second half. Erik Lamela’s stunning header shocked Juventus five minutes before the end of extra time.

Sevilla won the match 2-1, with an aggregate score of 3-2. The Spanish side are bidding for the seventh Europa League, and they haven’t lost a final before in the tournament.

However, a final tie with AS Roma, who haven’t lost a single game in the Europa League, on May 31, 2023, will be an encounter to watch for spectators all over the world.

How Sevilla Defeated Juventus to qualify for the Europa League Final

Angel Di Maria had a one-on-one situation with Sevilla Yassine Bounou, but his attempt went wide. The Juventus fans were really furious about the poor decision made by the Argentine.

Wojciech Szczesny made an impressive save to stop Ocampos diving header.

In the 42nd minute, Andrien Rabiot did fantastically well to put the ball into the Sevilla net, but it was ruled out for offside.

The VAR made a poor decision in extra time of the first half after they ruled out a Sevilla clear penalty. Juventus Juan Cuadrado slid very hard on Sevilla’s Óliver Torres.

Early in the second half, Moise Kean made a nice pass towards Rabiot, but the French midfielder had his ball saved by Sevilla goalkeeper Bounou.

Juventus almost had the chance of going ahead in the game, but Bremer’s header hit the goal post. The defender met Paredes header, but his attempt did not go into the post.

Juventus, who have hardly been in the game, scored in the 65th minute. It was an excellent goal from Vlahovic, who put the ball over the rushing Sevilla goalkeeper Bounou.

A few minutes later, Sevilla came back with a stunner from Suso. The midfielder took advantage of Juventus defenders inability to clear the line and curled the ball into the top corner, with Szczesny having no chance to stop the ball.

The two goals scored in the second half were by players who were introduced in the second half. Before the end of the second half of the season, Sevilla seemed to be the only team ready to score.

Roma v Sevilla

They kept pushing, and Szczesny remains the only reason why Juventus are going into extra time.

Sevilla got the second goal of the match from substitute Erik Lamela. The attacker stood in Juventus waiting for a cross, and he later got one from Bryan Gil.

Juventus failed to deal with the cross, and Lamela did a bullet header to get the ball pass Szczesny. 


Acuna was given a second yellow card for time wasting, and he will surely miss the final against Jose Mourinho’s AS Roma.

What Next for Sevilla and Juventus?

The Sevilla side will welcome Real Betis on May 21, 2023, at 8:00 p.m. It is going to be an interesting match because of Sevilla’s present form.


Sevilla are currently in 10th place on the Spanish La Liga table, and a win will move them closer to 7th place.

Second-placed Juventus travel to play against Empoli on May 22, 2023. Juventus need to get a win to stay in second place and secure a Champions League spot for next season.


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