this Borussia Dortmund Another of the teams that added color to the league was this Wednesday. Seville at the Ramon Sánchez-Pizjuan stadium this season won 1-4 take an important step to overcome Champions League group stageThe opposite of Julen Lopetegui’s team, who said goodbye to the fans from the field after the match.


  • Sevilla fired Lopetegui

In addition to the sports of the two teams, who wanted to take part in the 16th round of the ‘Champions’ and aimed for the second place in the group because they saw Manchester City clearly, a game with many associations was presented. favorite.

Came with Dortmund uneven results at the start of the seasonHowever, Sevilla is stuck in a serious crisis with very bad results in the LaLiga and the European tournament. there was more talk about the end of the cycle Lopetegui party supremacy.

Much less than the club had announced anything about it and could have been Argentinean instead. jorge sampaoliHe worked with the Lopetegui squad against the formation of Edin Terzic, against a crowd that wanted to be the hero of the team and start getting joy at the same time.

However, the start could not have been more bleak for the locals, who saw how their opponents held the ball and found the back of the castle, which was defended by Moroccan Yassine Bono six minutes later. Left kick by Portuguese Raphael Guerreiro.

However, it’s a blow for an unstable Sevilla who, after a good pass from Joan Jordan, managed to equalize with double luck three minutes later from Moroccan striker Youssef En-Nesyri, who just couldn’t identify against goalkeeper Alexander Meyer. double auction.

Lopetegui’s men with three defenders searched for the ball and played closer to the opposing area, but this also gave Dortmund an opportunity to equip themselves with a crowded midfield. to oppose and one of them could have cost Sevilla dearly because the referee interrupted a dangerous advance by the Germans, giving En-Nesyri a direct red card twenty minutes later, but the decision was corrected after prior consultation with VAR for the foul. Jesus Navas.

However, the set frightened the Sevillian team, who, despite their desire, did not know how to go deep enough to inflict damage, and at the same time kept the defense vulnerable so that the opponent could take advantage of it again.

Even in the last part of the first episode, the game was open from one region to another. Sevilla found two open positions to draw. On En-Nesyri’s head and in José Ángel Carmona’s boots, but it was Dortmund who saw the door, put a resounding 0-3 with a great play by young Brit Jude Bellingham and not long after Karim Adeyami. on break.

In the second half, En-Nesyri found a reward for his persistence six minutes after the restart and a header from the corner made 1-3, So much so that he stopped the bleeding of the Spanish formation, which had no choice but to continue the offensive task and thus take risks in the fragile defense system.

Brazilian winger Alex Telles was close to 2-3 after a very short time. Despite making a local effort not to give up with a local effort, as the minutes went by it became harder for Sevilla to keep up with an opponent who wanted to cool the game and even ended the result with another goal. With a quarter of an hour left it’s time to edit, Julian Brandt’s job in the area with a very lonely head.

That’s where the story of the match ended, and Julen Lopetegui apparently became the team’s coach after being on the bench for a little over three seasons. farewell to the fans while chanting your name.

Data sheet:

1 – Seville: Connect; Jesús Navas (Montiel, m.46), José Ángel Carmona, Kike Salas, Telles; Gudelj, Jordán (Dolberg, m.77), Suso (Lamela, m.46), Rakitic (Delaney, m.62), Isco (‘Papu’ Gómez, m.62); and En-Nesyri.

4 – Borussia Dortmund: Mayer; Meunier, Süle, Schlotterbeck, Guerreiro (Rothe, d.80); Özcan (Papadopoulos, m.85), Emre Can; Adeyemi (Malen, m.64), Brandt (Thorgan Hazard, m.85), Bellingham; and Moukoko (Modeste, art. 80).

Goals: 0-1, M.06: Warrior. 0-2, M.41: Bellingham. 0-3, M.43: Adeyemi. 1-3, M.51: En-Nesyri. 1-4, M.75: Brandt.

Judge: Maurizio Mariani (Italy). Locals warned Gudelj (m.03), Lamela (m.68) and Kike Salas (m.91) and visitor Özcan (m.69).

Events: The third day of the Champions League Group G match was played at the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán stadium in front of 34,598 spectators, and nearly two thousand fans of the German team gathered on the field for the guest fans. A minute’s silence was held at the Kanjuruhan Stadium in Indonesia in memory of the victims of the tragic events.