Sevilla won the Europa League in the final against AS Roma

The Europa League final was certainly the most important sporting event on Wednesday: tens of thousands of fans were in Budapest, where Sevilla and AS Roma met in the big game.

UPDATE. The seventh penalty shoot-out is repeated, after VAR consultation: Montiel scores with a shot to the top left and Sevilla win the Europa League.

Seventh shootout: Sevilla MISS! Montiel sends it into the top right and Rui Patricio saves it.

Sixth shootout: MISS AS Roma! Ibanez sends to the right post of the goal!

Fifth shootout: GOAL Sevilla! Rakitic sends down the left and scores.

Fourth shootout: AS Roma MISS! Mancini sends to the center and Bono kicks it out.

Third shootout: GOAL Sevilla! Lamela scores with a shot to the bottom right.

Second shootout: GOL AS Roma! Cristante also scores with a shot to the bottom left.

First shootout: GOAL Sevilla! Oampos scores with a low shot to the left.

Min. 132: End of the match! Extra time is over, and now it’s time for the penalty shootout.

Min. 131: BAR for AS Roma! Smalling sends in dangerously, but the ball only hits the crossbar.

Min. 106: The second half of extra time has begun.

Pause. The first overtime period is over.

Min. 91: The first half of extra time has begun.

Min. 90+6. Final whistle! Extra time is coming in the Europa League final.

Min. 83: Colossal opportunity for AS Roma! Belotti breaks away from the marker and, from 7 meters, resumes the volley with the left. The ball passed just a palm away from the right bar of the goal.

Min. 76: PENALTY cancelled! After consulting the VAR system, the “central” returned to the decision and canceled the shot from 11 meters.

Min. 75: PENALTY for Sevilla, Mourinho is a nervous wreck on the sidelines! Ibanez trips Ocampos, and the “central” dictates a shot from 11 meters.

Min. 67: Double opportunity for AS Roma! Abraham and Smalling go wide from less than three yards. Sevilla get away with a clean slate.

Min. 55: GOAL Sevilla! Navas crosses from the right flank and Mancini heads the ball into his own net from 6 yards.

Min. 46: Double change in Sevilla. Out came Gil and Torres, in came Lamela and Suso.

Min. 46: The second half has started.

Break in Budapest.

Dybala's goal, decisive for the fate of the first half
Dybala’s goal, decisive for the fate of the first half

Min. 45+6. BAR for Sevilla! Rakitic shoots violently with his left from 20 meters, but the ball just hits the left post of the goal.

Min. 35: GOAL AS Roma! Dybala is served with a high-quality vertical pass, breaks into the box and executes Bono with a low shot.

Min. 32: A possible penalty for AS Roma is analyzed in the VAR room. Abraham was hit in the head by Gudelj in the box. UPDATE: no penalty was awarded.

Min. 12: Big opportunity for AS Roma! Leonardo Spinazzola shoots powerfully from the center of the box, but the ball is not well placed and Sevilla’s keeper saves it.

min. 1 – The match has started at Puškaș Arena. At stake is a Champions League place.

Starting teams:

Seville: Bounou – Jesus Navas – Bade – Gudelj – Telles – Fernando – Rakitic – Oliver Torres – Ocampos – Bryan Gil – En-Nesyri

Coach: Jose Luis Mendilibar

AS Roma: Rui Patricio – Ibanez – Mancini – Smalling – Spinazzola – Cristante – Magic – Celik – Pellegrini – Abraham – Dybala

Coach: Jose Mourinho

Supporters put on a show in Budapest ahead of the Europa League final

The supporters of both teams promise to be at their best in Budapest, especially since the stakes are high. Already used to this trophy, the Sevilla fans gave a “recital” many hours before the starting whistle, the atmosphere being one of celebration.

In the semi-finals of the Europa League, AS Roma knocked out Bayer Leverkusen, while Sevilla produced a surprise and knocked Juventus out of the competition.

Fan Zones were also set up for the supporters of the two teams, where they have the opportunity to feel great throughout the day.

The Europa League final can also be seen at the Stadio Olimpico

AS Roma prepared the match against Sevilla excellently, and marketing is an important chapter for the Italians, who manage to gather an impressive number of fans in Serie A even for the matches that are not so attractive.

Those who will not be at the arena in Budapest have the chance to watch the Europa League final “at home”, at the “Stadio Olimpico” arena. This would be full at the time of Wednesday’s match.

Supporters with season tickets for Serie A or Coppa Italia will pay 14 euros, while others will pay 20 euros to watch the match at Rome’s stadium. The management of the club hopes that the fans, in case the favorite team will take the trophy, will not invade the field, given that the last match of this Serie A season, the one against Spezia, is approaching.

Sevilla have won six Europa League finals

Sevilla have become a true UEFA Cup / Europa League specialist since reaching their seventh final, hoping to achieve similar success.

The excellent run began in the 2005-06 season when Middlesbrough knocked out FCSB in the semi-finals of the UEFA Cup, but then went down 4-0 to Sevilla. Roma’s rivals last won the Europa League in 2020, when they beat Inter 3-2 in a European season turned upside down by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Teams beaten by Sevilla in UEFA Cup / Europa League finals: Middlesbrough (2006), Espanyol (2007), Benfica (2014), Dnepr (2015), Liverpool (2016), Inter (2020)

Jose Mourinho, perfect percentage before the sixth European final of his career

Jose Mourinho is hoping to win a seventh European final in a row. So far, the Portuguese has a perfect percentage in matches with the trophy on the table and has conceded just two goals.

Last year Mourinho wanted by the French champions, PSGbecame the first manager to win the Conference League after Roma beat Feyenoord 1-0 at Tirana.

2003: Porto – Celtic 3-2 (UEFA Cup final)
2004: Porto 3-0 Monaco (UCL final)
2010: Inter – Bayern 2-0 (UCL final)
2017: Manchester United – Ajax 2-0 (finala Europa League)
2022: Roma – Feyenoord 1-0 (finala Conference League)

Andrei Preotu’s adventure began as early as 1996, when he was Ovidiu Ioanițoaia’s guest at the “European Process”. In 2006 he arrived at Fanatik, his first job. Then, he signed with NewsIn. After the adventure at OnlineSport, there followed a period of almost ten years in which … read more

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