With a goal by Lucas Ocampos in the 43rd minute of the second half, the Spanish team is still alive in the search for the sixth championship of the tournament. The next game takes place on Sunday.
The biggest champion in the history of the Europa League with five achievements, Sevilla is still alive in the current edition of the tournament. This Tuesday, in Duisburg, Germany, the Spanish team played better, scored in the end and beat Wolverhampton 1-0 to guarantee a place in the semifinals. Manchester United, who passed through Copenhagen, will be the opponent.
Wolverhampton had a great chance to open the scoring in the first half when Adama Traoré made a great dash and ended up suffering a penalty after 10 minutes. Raúl Jimenez went into the box but stopped at goalkeeper Bono. From there, the Spaniards grew up in the game.
The goal came in the 43rd minute of the final stage, in a play carried out by two Argentines. Banega crossed in the area and Lucas Ocampos sent a header to the back of the net to keep Sevilla in search of the hex. The team led by Lopetegui has been undefeated since the resumption of football: eight wins and five draws.
On the other side of the switch, Internazionale and Shakhtar Donetsk, who thrashed Basel 4-1 on Tuesday, will play for another spot in the decision, scheduled for the 21st.
See the dates of the semifinals of the Europa League 2019/20:
Sevilla v Manchester United – 08/16, Sunday – Cologne
Internazionale v Shakhtar Donetsk – 17/08, Monday – Dusseldorf