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European drama, if you can't believe the elimination of this team in Champions

By Liam Styles

European drama, if you can't believe the elimination of this team in Champions

Sevilla took a 2-0 lead with goals from Ramos and En-Nesyri, but PSV came back in 20 minutes to condemn Diego Alonso's team.

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Sevilla certified their goodbye to the Champions League after seeing how PSV came back from 2-0 down at the Pizjuán. Diego Alonso's team took the lead with goals from Sergio Ramos and En-Nesyri, but the Dutch team came back with three goals in the last 20 minutes of the game (2-3). The expulsion of Ocampos changed the game and gave wings to the Dutch team. Total drama in Nervión and an exhausted fan who dedicated a huge whistle to the box. Diego Alonso's position, in the air.

Sevilla lived a true nightmare against a PSV that grew since Ocampos' expulsion. And Diego Alonso's men played a great first half, dominating the game and cornering the Dutch team. Sergio Ramos was in charge of opening the scoring in the first act. The Sevilla team was still able to increase the score with a disallowed goal and a shot against the crossbar.


Diego Alonso's team did not lose the tension after passing through the locker room and En-Nesyri scored the second in a one-on-one with the PSV goalkeeper that he resolved masterfully. There was nothing to predict the disaster that was going to occur, but the expulsion of Ocampos disrupted the game. Ismael Saibari scored 2-1 and the nerves were unleashed in a Sevilla with a glass jaw. PSV went after their rival and knocked him out with two straight shots to the chin. Gudelj, with his own goal, confirmed the worst fears and Ricardo Pepi sentenced Sevilla in the 92nd minute with an unappealable header.


Pepe Castro confirmed Diego Alonso after the European shipwreck of Sevilla and assured that his position is not in danger. We will have to see and verify if this ratification is not the prelude to dismissal. Well, PSV celebrated it, a team that plays well, but does not have the hierarchy of the greats in Europe. A club, however, from which this weak and fearful Sevilla has distanced itself, mired in a deep sporting and institutional crisis.

Like a loser


A goal from En-Nesyri two minutes after the restart allowed Sevilla to dream of their first victory in this Champions League. A great play on the counterattack that the forward took advantage of very well. With the score 2-0, tranquility seemed to reach Nervión. Nothing is further from reality. The absurd expulsion of Ocampos, when Sevilla most controlled the game, made him look like a loser.
 


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