Seville Clinches Seventh European League Title with Penalty-Shootout Triumph over Roma

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BUDAPEST, June 1, WAM/ The Spanish club, Seville, won the European Football League competition by defeating Italian club Roma 4-1 on penalties, after they tied 1-1 in the original and extra time of the final match of the tournament, at the “Puskas Arena” stadium in the Hungarian capital, Budapest. .
Seville qualified for the group stage of the Champions League next season, while the last round of the Italian League determines Rome’s position on the possibility of participating in the European League or the European Conference League next season.
Seville strengthened its record number of times winning the European League title; Where he won the title for the seventh time.
Roma ended the first half in his favor with a goal scored by Argentine Paulo Dybala in the 35th minute.
In the second half, Sevilla equalized with an own goal scored by Gianluca Mancini, Roma defender, by mistake, in his own goal in the 55th minute.
The two teams resorted to extra time, which ended in a 1-1 draw, as well, to rule on penalties that decided the title in favor of Seville.

Dina Omar / Ahmed Zahran

2023-06-01 05:50:21

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