• 1-4 at the Sánchez-Pizjuán Narration and statistics

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Borussia Dortmund put an end to an era at Sevilla with a fair win (1-4) at the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán.

The crowd called for the resignation of President

Pepe Castro


Jorge Sampaoli

will be in charge of reviving a shattered team.

The duel lasted five minutes for

Julen Lopetegui


A gut-wrenching pass from

Jude Bellingham

from wing to wing, a magical reception from

Raphael Guerreiro

and an unassailable shot to


all served to bring down the whitewashed enthusiasm.

A goal to soften the wounds.

Less of the same in Seville.

Porous, slow and messy team.

Youssef En-Nesyri

had his chance

in those early stages, but he crashed twice against the goalkeeper.

The Moroccan is not.

Without pause there is no bullfighting.

Bite with your gums.

He is an obtuse and anxious striker.

The Sevilla striker was the protagonist in the 20th minute. After a loss and a very fast against Borussia Dortmund, he received the red after his desperate support in defense.

The referee,

Maurizio Mariani

, after repeated protests and consultation with the VAR, pardoned

Jesús Navas

for a prior foul by

Karim Adeyemi


An extra life for Nervionenses, even if it didn't help much.

Unmoved towards tragedy

The party was vile.

Many faults, interruptions and a wasteland in the spinal cord.

Nico Schlotterbeck


Niklas Süle

, the central defenders of the Germans, bailed with integrity.




barely entered the game.

When the locals attacked, the ball seemed to slowly emerge from a cave.

The black and yellow, however, were planted in the rival area with just two strides.

In minute 35, En-Nesyri recovered a ball near the visiting area.

Ivan Rakitic

opened the band.

Suso crossed to the area, where his nine was waiting.

The Moroccan headed hard and low, but

Alexander Meyer

patted aside.

In the subsequent corner, it was

Alex Telles

who shot up a ball that he had given him at his feet.

The heart reached where football did not reach.

A blind illusion, because Sevilla walked impassively towards tragedy.

Bellingham, on the verge of rest, caracoleed with the ball at his feet on one cheek of the area.

He outwitted

Nemanja Gudelj

and beat the Sevilla goalkeeper with a soft low shot.

Just a few minutes later, after a great individual play by

Youssoufa Moukoko

, Adeyemi scored at will after Bono's first rejection.

The 0 to 3 fell heavily on the stands of the Sánchez-Pizjuán.

messing up the game

How to leave the locker room after a score like this?

With dignity and patience.

En-Nesyri headed the goal, comfortable due to the apathy of his marker, five minutes after the break.

Sevilla believed in the miracle.

Gonzalo Montiel


Erik Lamela

already in the field.

His team stretched and hovered around the German goal.

The stadium lit up.

Papu Gómez


Thomas Delaney

also came out bellicose.

Lopetegui's men did not lose their heads, nor did they leave gaps in their search for the still distant draw.

Edin Terzic

's men were

going through their worst moment and defended the scoreboard by messing up the game.

That was enough for them.

The minutes passed in vain for the sevillistas.

The goal did not come and fatigue lowered the heart rate.

With little sentenced the Dortmund.

In minute 74, after a bad marking by

Kike Salas


Julian Brandt

scored with a header to make it 1-4, putting an end to the timid local reaction.

End of a match, end of a cycle.

The future starts tomorrow.

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