Sevilla vs Inter Milan finals of UEFA Europa League 2020 in Cologne, with the match kicking off at 21:00 CET. The winners of the 2019/20 UEFA Europa League gain automatic entry into Champions league 2020. Romelu Lukaku signed from Man Utd have scored in a record ten successive UEFA Europa League outings and his partner and Barca's main target Lautaro Martinez looks sharp and determined on the other hand Sevilla look clinical and good.
Sevilla is 20 unbeaten since the last 20 league games in all competitions, who won eight of their last nine games and are in great form at just the right time. Their journey in the competition has been impressive with defeating AS Roma and showing their grit and patience to win against Wolves and also seeing off Manchester United. Their experience in the Europa League is really good winning Europa having winning the title 5 times and they have a cutting edge due to the experience.
Here's what the coach had to say, "Inter are equipped to compete in the Champions League given the extraordinary caliber of players they have and a very experienced manager. That will require us to be at our limit in every respect and to be able to put in a great performance in all aspects of the game to compete with them. It is a daunting challenge."
The one word for Inter is Defence they have rock-solid defense having conceded just once goal in the last seven games, the team spirit looks good and their strikers and defenders look good, Romelu Lukaku signed from Man Utd has scored in a record ten successive UEFA Europa League outings and his partner and Barca's main target Lautaro Martinez gaining form recently, they start as favorites and Antonio Conte looks good and is determined to win.
Here's what Conte had to say, "We have to play with the desire to win and bring the trophy back to Italy – and to bring a trophy back to Inter. We have to show that we're a better team. It's always important to be able to tell the lads at the end of the game that we don't have any regrets. If we're the better side, we'll lift the trophy. If not, we'll have given our all, and we'll applaud our opponents."
Inter Milan: 1 Sevilla: 2