Slask: Gikiewicz; Ostrowski, Pawelec (Gavish
70'), Kokoszka, Patejuk (Socha 72'); Holota, Kazmierczak; Sobota, Mila, Spahic
(Wiezik 46'); Plaku. 4-2-3-1.
Sevilla: Beto; Diogo Figueiras, Cala, Fernando Navarro (Israel Puerto 48'), Alberto Moreno; Iborra, Rakitic (Cotán 57'); Vitolo, Jairo, Rabello (Perotti 63'); Bacca. 4-2-3-1.
0-1. 22. Rakitic. Struck long shot from outside of area wide of keeper.
0-2. 38. Bacca. Got on the end of Jairo's cross to beat Gikiewickz.
0-3. 71. Jairo. Combined with Vitolo to fire shot inside keeper's post.
0-4. 78. Perotti. From close to goal after Jairo laid ball across from left.
0-5. 87. Bacca. Intercepted keeper's bad clearance and shot back in to net.
Sevilla cruised in to the group stage of the competition with a 9-1 aggregate victory over Slask Wroclaw. Already 4-1 up from the first leg, Rakitic extended the lead after intercepting a poor clearance and firing in a long shot midway through the first half, and Bacca got on the end of Jairo's cross to score a second shortly before the break. Jairo went close a couple of times either side of half time, and with twenty minutes to go he turned on to Vitolo's through ball to jink his way past two defenders before scoring his side's third. Soon afterwards the Spanish youth international was in action again to win the ball off a defender and set up Perotti for the fourth, and with the game coming to an end Gikiewickz lamely passed the ball straight to Bacca for him to score his second of the evening.