Now this is just about as cheeky as it gets:
I should admit up front that the following beef between Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp and his coaching counterparts on Sevilla’s bench doesn’t make total sense, but the strange, match-long affair does involve Sevilla’s manager twice playing keepaway with a Liverpool player, him getting sent off for doing so, and a…
Barcelona and Sevilla, respectively the second- and fourth-placed teams in La Liga, are midway through what on paper should’ve been a tense, tough match. Only one of those teams has Lionel Messi and Luis Suárez, so it’s already a blowout thanks to those the genius of those two.
That’s Wes Morgan up there leaning into his “Captain Morgan” nickname, peering through a mimed telescope after scoring Leicester City’s opening goal against Sevilla and seeing that indeed, his rowdy bunch of scalawags were right on course to make it to the Champions League quarterfinals.
Real Madrid hadn’t lost since an April Champions League match against Wolfsburg, winning or drawing 40 games in a row to set the record for longest unbeaten streak in Spanish soccer history. But that ended at the Estadio Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán in Seville this evening, as Sevilla stormed back from a 1-0 deficit to…
Things are only getting worse for Samir Nasri.
For the third straight year, and fifth time in 11 years, Sevilla have played in and won the Europa League final, defeating Liverpool 3-1. Next season they’ll take their deserved place in the Champions League, and hope to never return.
Liverpool are currently taking on Sevilla in the Europa League final. Seeing how important this game is for both clubs, it’s no wonder many fans made the trek to Basel to support their team in person. Like this Liverpool fan, for instance, who seems to be enjoying himself:
Over the past decade, Liverpool have slid from Europe’s elite into the second tier. But with a comfortable 3-0 victory over Villarreal in the second leg of their Europa League semifinals match-up, they’re just one victory away from next season’s Champions League. It’s only fitting, then, that they’re riding the…
Sevilla midfielder Michael Krohn-Dehli saw his kneecap do something kneecaps should never do—namely, appear to slide off and up into his thigh—during today’s Europa League match against Shakhtar Donetsk. As a warning, the video’s pretty gross:
With his nearly unlimited array of skills and his penchant for breaking down defenses even when they’re almost single-mindedly set up to stop him, Lionel Messi presents a unique threat to opponents. Unfortunately for his rivals, it’s difficult to dream up some newfangled tactic that could help bottle him up.…
What’s more impressive about this goal that opened Sevilla’s scoring on Málaga today: the Adil Rami pass, or Kevin Gameiro’s finish? We’re fond of both parts.
Not content with the chair tornado in the lead-up to the last Manchester City-Sevilla match a couple weeks ago, these fans returned to their fighting ways ahead of today’s return leg. Yes, more chairs were thrown.
Ahead of today’s Manchester City-Sevilla Champions League match, a bunch of fans met in the streets of Manchester and partook in a huge fight, chucking an insane number of chairs and tables at each other, proving yet again that soccer fans are the worst.
Reigning Champions League champs Barcelona are taking on Europa League winners Sevilla in the UEFA Supercup right now, but that’s not the only contest being waged in Tbilisi. Éver Banega and Lionel Messi are in the midst of an impromptu free kick-off.
If you ever wanted to know how close the Sevilla players are with each other, this is your answer.
For winning the Europa League, Sevilla's players, coaches, and management received their weight in beer.
Here we are. The La Liga season has just started up, and now we get to watch the league with the world's three best players, its two best teams, and the saddest hodgepodge of patsies since Enter the Dragon. In spite of these financial realities, Spain managed to produce Europe's wildest title race last season, as…
Spanish side Sevilla played Portuguese side Benfica today in the Europa League final. It was the worst match ever.
"The reason [Frederic] Kanoute got so worked up was that after Sevilla worked so hard to hold Barca scoreless for 90 minutes, they were awarded a very soft penalty when Andres Iniesta went down in the box. Kanoute earned his first booking when he knocked the ball off the penalty spot as Lionel Messi prepared to take…