Reaction from the Sevilla camp after an historic night for the side from Andalusia.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp collected his fifth successive losers medal after the Reds’ 3-1 defeat to Sevilla in the Europa League final on Wednesday.
Liverpool had been hoping to end their 15-year wait for Europa League glory having last won the competition, as the UEFA Cup, in a nine-goal thriller against Deportivo Alaves in 2001.
But a second-half fightback on Wednesday saw Spanish midfielder Coke hit a brace in the space of six minutes to help Sevilla to their third consecutive and fifth trophy overall from Europe’s second-tier competition.
Sevilla claim an emphatic third-consecutive Europa League title after Daniel Sturridge’s opener was cancelled out by a goal from Kevin Gameiro and victory sealed by a double from Coke.
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Retweet & Share a Coke with a Liverpool fan.. pic.twitter.com/9RniFEVFAz— BenchWarmers (@BeWarmers) May 18, 2016
No denying Sevilla were the best team on the night. They were as good in the 2nd half as Liverpool were flat.— Dan Walker (@mrdanwalker) May 18, 2016