Porto: Hélton; Pereira, Rolando,
Otamendi, Fucile; Belluschi, Fernando, Moutinho (Sapunaru 74'); Hulk, Falcao
(Guarín 73'), Varela (Maicon 85'). 4-3-3.
Sevilla: Javi Varas; Sergio Sánchez (Luis Fabiano 54'), Fazio, Alexis, Fernando Navarro; Jesús Navas, Zokora (Medel 46'), Rakitic, Perotti (Rodri 85'); Kanouté, Negredo. 4-4-2.
0-1. 71. Luis Fabiano. Picked up Negredo pass to beat Hélton.
Sevilla are out of the competition on the away goal rule, despite a brave 0-1 victory at Porto on Wednesday evening. Needing a two goal margin to overturn the first leg defeat, Kanouté shot just wide in only the second minute. But for the rest of the first half the locals were on top, Belluschi and Pereira going close before Falcao steered a long header against the bar. After the restart Falcao, Moutinho and Hulk could have wrapped things up, but with twenty minutes to go Luis Fabiano gave the Andalusians hope when he ran on to Negredo's pass to beat Hélton. A couple of minutes later Pereira was sent off for a foul on Medel, but five minutes after that Alexis also got his marching orders for a second bookable offence. That set up a frenetic last few minutes, with Kanouté and Perotti almost winning it for the Spaniards, and Hulk and Guarín bringing good saves out of Javi Varas. For the second time this season though Sevilla were knocked out of a European competition by a Portuguese team, and now all they have left is to fight for one of the European spots for next season.