Sevilla claimed the Europa League title via penalties after playing a 1-1 draw against Roma for 120 minutes, MySportDab reports.
The final clash needed penalties to settle the score which saw the Laliga side making sure the was theirs after the end of everything.
First Half Report
The first half of the match was brilliant coming from both teams who did well enough going forward, but only one side benefitted from their opportunities.
Sevilla started the game so well with them seeing more of the ball which shifted the ball possession in their favor with them also pressing for a goal which didn’t come.
Roma were well positioned and doing as much as possible to hit their opponent on a mistake which they did on some occasions and almost going close to taking the lead which didn’t happen for them.
Paulo Dybala finally gave his side the lead in the 35th minutes of the encounter which made the scoreline 0-1 as the game entered the final few minutes to be player in the first half.
Roma went inside for the break with a 0-1 lead after doing as much as possible to take the advantage against Sevilla who also had their opportunities but couldn’t make it count at any points.
Second Half Report
The second half was eventful with so much happening from both ends as they pushed on for the remaining 45 minutes to ensure everything work in their favor.
Roma held on fine to their lead until an own-goal which came from Gianluca Mancini made the scoreline level 1-1 in the 52nd minutes of the game as they carried on.
Sevilla were settled into the game and were awarded a penalty which VAR came to play to review everything before it was called off and the match carried on forward.
The second half ended with both teams playing a 1-1 which they headed inside for the extra time which was more eventful from them.
Extra Time Report
They both handled each other so well in the first half of the extra time which they were unable to make anything much happen going forward.
The second half of the extra time was the same thing as both teams couldn’t make anything happen in the heated clash.
The match took to penalties which saw Sevilla winning the Europa League title with 4-1 on penalty after playing a 1-1 draw all through with Roma.
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