Sevilla and Inter Milan play today in the Europa League final in football, in Cologne.
Sevilla, led by Julen Lopetegui, is looking for the sixth victory of the second European club competition, after being ranked fourth in the Spanish League and having left the way to Rome (2-0), by Paulo Fonseca, Wolverhampton (1-0), commanded by Nuno Espírito Santo, and Manchester United (2-1).
Inter Milan, Italian runners-up, will face the fifth decision of the second European ‘step’, which won on three occasions, all in the 1990s, and returns to a European final 10 years later, after winning the Liga dos Champions under the command of José Mourinho.
The team coached by Antonio Conte, who was relegated to this competition after being third in the ‘Champions’ group of FC Barcelona and Borussia Dortmund, eliminated Getafe (2-0) and Bayer Leverkusen (2-1), before scoring the Ukrainians from Shakhtar Donetsk (5-0), trained by Luís Castro, and qualify for the final.
The clash between Andalusians and Milanese is scheduled for 21:00 local time (20:00 in Lisbon) and will be refereed by Dutchman Danny Makkelie, with no audience on the stands.