Spanish club Sevilla FC take on Ukraine’s FC Dnipro in the final of the UEFA Europa League on Wednesday. Sevilla will play their second final on the row and would hope to defend their title against Dnipro who are appearing in their maiden European final.
Sevilla FC are on a great run of form as they have remained unbeaten in their last five games in all competitions. They cruised past Fiorentina in the semi finals defeating the Italian side 3-0 and 2-0 in both the legs. FC Dnipro too are in good shape. They had beaten a formidable Napoli side in the semi-final to reach this stage.
Addressing the media before the game, Sevilla manager Unai Emery said: “I want to be the team to win a fourth title. The Champions League is an exciting extra step. We want to finish our season with this win. That should not add pressure, but motivation.”
“We want to finish our season with this win. That should not add pressure, but motivation.”
Emery showed great respect to the opponents and he believes that Dnipro will be a tough nut to crack in the final.
“I don’t have a crystal ball. But it will be tough,” He said.
“They are a very well structured team, with a solid defense and they press well, making possession hard.”
He further added: “I’m very proud; not only are we playing a final, but three of our squad will soon play for Spain.
“We do not think we are favorites. We must perform to not be vulnerable. Anything can happen in a final.”