Sevilla: Palop; Cáceres, Sergio
Sánchez, Fazio, Fernando Navarro; Jesús Navas, Medel, Rakitic
(Romaric 77'), Perotti (Diego Capel 86'); Kanouté, Luis Fabiano (Negredo
Porto: Hélton; Sapunaru, Rolando, Otamendi, Fucile; Belluschi (Pereira 85'), Fernando, Moutinho; Varela (Guarín 68'), Hulk, James Rodríguez (Cristian Rodríguez 58'). 4-3-3.
0-1. 58. Rolando. Got ahead of defence to turn wide James free kick past Palop.
1-1. 64. Kanouté. Steered header wide of Hélton from long Rakitic free kick.
1-2. 85. Guarín. Following up after Palop blocked shot from Cristian Rodríguez.
Sevilla have an uphill battle to qualify for the next round after losing their first leg match to Porto. Chances were shared in the first half, with Medel heading clear a volley from James Rodríguez after Palop had punched clear a corner, and Luis Fabiano having a strike ruled out for a borderline offside. With just under an hour on the clock the Portuguese side went ahead, Rolando getting on the end of a wide James free kick from what looked like an offside position. Kanouté levelled the scores with a header from Rakitic's free kick though, and the Andalusians could have taken the lead after that, Helton pushing clear a header from Luis Fabiano and Kanouté wasting a good chance. But with five minutes to go Palop could only push an effort from Cristian Rodríguez in to the path of Guarín for him to put the visitors back in front, leaving Sevilla with the unenviable task of winning by a two goal margin in Portugal next week.