Sevilla Defeats Inter 3-2, Clinches Another Europa League

Sevilla Defeats Inter 3-2 Clinches, Another Europa League
Sevilla clinched the Europa League title with a 3-2 win over Inter Milan after an overhead kick by defender Diego Carlos deflected by the Italian side's top scorer Romelu Lukaku settled a thrilling contest yesterday Evening. 

It was an astonishing anti-climax to Lukaku's first season at Inter after he had set the longest scoring run by a player in Uefa Cup/Europa League history when he netted in the 11th successive game to give Inter an early lead.
Lukaku also equalled former Brazil striker Ronaldo's club record of 34 goals for Inter in a season in all competitions, but it was scant consolation as gritty Sevilla claimed a record-extending sixth title  in Cologne 

It was a joyful end of the season for their coach Julen Lopetegui, who won his first trophy as coach at senior level after a torrid period which saw him sacked by Spain and Real Madrid in the space of four months.

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