Sevilla 3-2 Inter: Sevilla conquered Europa League again after Inter’s Lukaku own goal

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Spanish Football club Sevilla claimed Europa League triumph for a record sixth time in an electrifying match after Belgium and Inter striker Romelu Lukaku’s own goal.

At the start of the match, Rolemu Lukaku gave Inter lead after scoring from the penalty spot but after some moments it was Sevilla player Luuk de Jong who scored two superb headers and contributed in Sevilla lead.

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In the 35th minute of the game Diego Godin leveled the score again after a fine assist by Marcelo Brozovic. The Seria A side looked sharp after they dominated the game in the second half until a striking twist in the match.

Diego Carlos Sevilla defender who had a rough night in the Cologne but the overhead kick of the player in the 74th minute of the play was somewhat cleared but took a conclusive touch off by Inter Milan’s top scorer Lukaku and flew into the net.

It was a thrilling football match of Europa League as end to end counter attacks continued between Sevilla and Inter throughout the match. The team’s management box was also watchable due to the temperature rising in the stands as current Inter Milan and former Juventus and Chelsea boss Antonio Conte was booked.

In the dying moments of the game Inter Milan boss substitute three players and brought in Alexis Sanchez a former Arsenal and Manchester United Player, Victor Moses a former Chelsea player and Antonio Candreva. In the stoppage time, Antonio Candreva had a great ball but unable to capitalize the opportunity as he was denied by the Sevilla goalkeeper.

Sevilla continued the remarkable relationship with the competition they adore

In the modern day of football where money is being spent immensely, low budget Sevilla to remain I the top flight is a remarkable achievement for the club. Sevilla boss Julen Lopetegui was sacked two days before 2018 football world cup due to his agreement with Real Madrid but later on in the same year he was also sacked by the Spanish giant Real Madrid. After beating Inter Milan in the final of UEFA Europa League Julen Lopetegui now has a first trophy of his coaching career.

What’s next for both team

The domestic season 2020-21 is approaching. Italian competition Seria A will be starting on September 19 only one week after Spanish Laliga.

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