Sevilla: Palop; Konko, Escudé, Alexis,
Dabo; Perotti (Cáceres 59'), Zokora, Romaric (Fazio 85'), Diego Capel;
Kanouté (Renato 40'), Luis Fabiano. 4-4-2.
Dortmund: Weidenfeller; Piszcek, Subotic, Hummels, Schmelzer (Le Tallec 87'); Bender (Da Silva 77'), Sahin; Götze, Kagawa, Blaszczykowski (Lewandoski 68'); Barrios. 4-2-3-1.
0-1. 04. Kagawa. Shot from outside of area which took deflection off defender.
1-1. 30. Romaric. Latched on to loose ball in area and poked shot past keeper.
2-1. 34. Kanouté. Steered header wide of Weidenfeller from Perotti's cross.
2-2. 49. Subotic. Ran in unmarked to head Barrios corner down past Palop.
Sevilla came in to their last group match only needing a draw against Borussia Dortmund to tie up second spot in group J. But after five defeats in a row there were doubts whether they could even do that against the runaway leaders of the Bundesliga, who themselves needed to win to qualify. There was even more concern when Kagawa put the German side ahead in only the fourth minute, but strikes from Romaric and Kanouté gave the Andalusians the lead by the break. Subotic headed the equaliser soon after the restart though, and there were some nervous moments before the game finally ended with a 2-2 scoreline.