Dnipro vs Sevilla 2–3 Final Match Highlights Video | UEFA Europa League: The Spanish football club Sevilla won fourth Europa League title after defeating Dnipro in the final. The only club in the history of Europa league football that have won this competition four times. They are now the most successful team of Europa League. Sevilla are the first side in the UEFA Cup history to retain the trophy twice [2005–06, 2006-04 and 2013–14, 2014–15]. Watch the video highlights of Dnipro vs Sevilla below.
Dnipro vs Sevilla 2–3 Goals Video Highlights
Nikola Kalinic headed Dnipro into the lead which was the first goal of the game. Later Grzegorz Krychowiak scored the equalizer after 27 minutes of first half. Sevilla then took lead after Carlos Bacca’s strike, but it was equalized by Ruslan Rotan just before half time. Bacca again took the charge and struck his second goal of the final to claim the fourth trophy of UEFA Europa League.
Sevilla had decent journey in this season of La Liga as they finished at fifth spot in La Liga with just one point below Valencia. You have to say they deserved it over the 90 minutes, with Carlos Bacca’s brace proving the difference. It’s a double celebration for the Spanish side as four days after missing out on the Champions League through La Liga, they now reach Europe’s top table through winning the Europa League.
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After Sevilla’s win, it is now clear that Spain will have five teams in the next season of UEFA Champions League. They will join Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and Valencia in UCL 2015–16. Watch the video of Dnipro vs Sevilla 2–3 with celebration below.
Guillem Balague, Bleacher Report’s said that the attitude might just hint at why the Premier League has fallen behind its European rivals. He said “The change to play in Europe at any level should be seen as a chance to grow as a club, to learn and not as an encumbrance nor as a chore. It should be viewed as an opportunity to give shinning lights in what should be a vigorous, pro-active academy the chance to strut their stuff on a European stage or a platform for out-of-form or out-of-favour players to show their clubs what they are really made of.”