Written by Patrick Echatah
With a 2-1 overall victory over Fenerbahce, Sevilla has “come out of hell alive” to advance to the quarterfinals of the Europa League, according to MD.
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Enner Valencia’s penalty gave Jorge Sampaoli’s team a 1-0 loss on Thursday night in Istanbul, but their triumph at home the previous week was sufficient for them to defeat the Turkish heavyweights.
Regrettably, an attack on Sevilla’s goalkeeper Marko Dmitrovic cast a cloud over their triumph for the second time in a row.
After being struck by lighters thrown from the home end, the Serbian needed stitches.
In their round of 16 matchup against the Dutch powerhouses, Dmitrovic was assaulted by a fan during the away leg at PSV. The offender was recently sentenced to three months in jail for the attack.
Sevilla overcame these crisis points to advance to the quarterfinals, and they now have high expectations of maintaining their advantage over the most successful team in Europa League history.
Alfredo Morelos of Rangers has been linked to Sevilla for some time, but no deal has been reached as of yet.
The Colombian striker has lost his spot in the Rangers lineup since his contract expires in the summer. They may decide to part ways with Morelos since they haven’t yet been given the option of an extension and he isn’t currently paying back their salary investment.
Morelos has informed the team that he has not yet entered into negotiations with Sevilla or any other parties, according to the Daily Record.
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