Sevilla was in a private house not over Slavia Prague (2-2), and also today had the Spaniards under the market. Michael Ngadeu-Ngadjui brought the Czechs in minute fourteen on edge. On the stroke of peace kicked Wissam Ben Yedder the visitors from the dot at the same height: 1-1.
After the coffee again a penalty kick, this time in favour of Slavia. Tomas Soucek had his team credentials and stay up: 2-1. Munir El Haddadi reacted not much later with a fantastic volley: 2-2. What a goal.
Sevilla had extensions needed against the Czechs. Franco Vázquez redeemed in the 98th minute a fine cross from Quincy Promes: 2-3. But Slavia gave is not won, Mick van Buren hung the signs as equal again: 3-3.
Stress trump in the final. The hometown audience believed in a stunt. And in minute 120 made Ibrahim Traoré for a huge surprise: 4-3. Wow. Slavia turned a lap before the Racing Genk.