Sevilla are kings of the Europa League once again as they beating Antonio Conte’s Inter Milan in Cologne on Friday evening.
Former Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku scored opened goals by broke the deadlock from the penalty spot after just three minutes to give Inter Milan the advantage.
Serie A side early leading was soon wiped out after Luuk de Jong scored equalised goal for Sevilla with a headed efforts just after 12 minutes.
It was Luuk de Jong again to score with his head to help the LaLiga side come from a goal down to lead in the first half.
However, just three minutes later, Inter Milan responded as Diego Godin equalised with a header in from a free-kick.
Diego Carlos, who gave away the penalty, went from zero to hero after his over head kick was put in by Romelu Lukaku.
It is the Spanish side’s sixth Europa League title in the space of 14 years, having dominated the competition in recent years.
Meanwhile, Romelu Lukaku refuses to collect runners-up medal after Europa League final as Inter Milan striker’s own goal costs them against Sevilla last night.