Jose Mourinho‘S Rome multi-year loan Europa League Champions Seville Two weeks later in Budapest, in the final.
Roma bravely defended their 1-0 advantage from the first game. Bayer Leverkusen To secure the goalless draw they needed as they beat Sevilla juventus 2-1 after overtime.
Xabi Alonso’s Leverkusen threw everything at Roma to equalize matters collectively, but the closest they came was a powerful 12th minute shot by Moussa Diaby.
The second half was Mourinho’s masterclass, with Rome thwarting their opponents’ clear opportunities, and Sardar Azmoun’s close-range effort narrowly expanded as of late.
Roma are bidding to win back-to-back European titles after winning the European Conference League last season.
An exciting match in Sevilla was marked by Erik Lamela’s header with five minutes into extra time.
Moise Kean hit the pole for Juve in the first half, but they owe it to goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny for a series of saves, best rejecting Lucas Ocampos.
The Italians took the lead in the 65th minute, minutes after Dusan Vlahovic stepped off the bench, but six minutes later, another substitute, Suso, equalized with a stunning shot.
Sevilla thought they had won the game after regular time, but Szczesny made another great save to block Youssef En-Nesyri’s header.
Pole was defeated by Lamela, but the Argentine faced Bryan Gil’s midfield with a head to the bottom corner and despite being shown a second yellow card for losing time to Marcos Acuna, Sevilla managed to reach their seventh final in 18 years. where to look to maintain their excellent track record.
The European Conference League final will be played between West Ham. beat AZ Alkmaar 3-1 on aggregateand Fiorentina.
The Italians lost the first game at home to Basel 2-1, but won the night 3-1 thanks to a goal from Antonin Barak deep in the downtime at the end of extra time.
Nicolas Gonzalez had previously scored two goals for Fiorentina on either side of Zeki Amdouni’s equalizer.