- We had to work until the end and deserved to win, which was important because it took us to the next round, says Sevilla's Ivan Rakitic to Uefa and admits that they had problems for 10-15 minutes in the second half when Krasnodar pressed hard.
Plenty of spectators lived in the match, bus whistles popular, in Krasnodar where in the end none of the Swedes were left on the field.
Kristoffer Olsson, Marcus Berg, played hard bandaged around the knee, and Viktor Claesson were all replaced in the second half.
In the 95th minute, Munir El Haddadi cut in 2-1 for the Spaniards with a hard-pressed shot that bounced in the grass and looked for a goal.
They celebrated by sitting on the grass.
Sevilla arranged a dream start to their visit to Russia.
A post bounced out to Ivan Rakitic, who with his right foot cut in 1-0 on half volley already in the fourth minute.
The equalizer in the 56th minute had a blue-yellow passing foot when Olsson found Wanderson, whose shot was controlled in the net via two Sevilla players.