UEFA Europa League final: Your Running Commentary

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By FRANCO PANIZO

The 2013-14 UEFA Europa League will be decided on Tuesday, and the match should be plenty intense.

Sevilla and Benfica are set to square off at Juventus Stadium (2:45pm ET, ESPN Deportes/Fox Sports 1/Fox Soccer 2Go) in the Europa League final, and both sides enter the match with a healthy group of players. Benfica will be looking to limit goal-scorer Carlos Bacca while Sevilla aim try to and shut down Lima, but those two are from the only impact players who could leave imprint on the match.

If you will be watching the final, feel free to leave some play-by-play, analysis and opinions in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action.

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7 Responses to UEFA Europa League final: Your Running Commentary

  1. chidera says:

    I love dis game

  2. Maykol says:

    Missed chances by both teams. This ones going to extra time

  3. AMP says:

    Going to ET, Benfica’s looking dangerous, but it’s still 0 – 0 after 90, so this one might go to PKs.

  4. reignman says:

    Couple of Benfica’s penalty takers were terrified and didn’t look like they wanted to be there, some real soft penalties taken. Sevilla wins it in the shootout.

  5. AMP says:

    Beto for Sevilla came clearly off his line to make his two saves, but those two shooters had pretty slow runs up to the ball, and weren’t the best shots anyway.

    • reignman says:

      He was clearly off his line but those were horrendous penalties. Something should be done to prevent run ups like that, it took Cardoza literally about 15 seconds to reach the ball once he started moving.