Estoril: Vagner da Silva; Mano (Anderson Luis
71'), Bruno Miguel, Yohan Tavares, Babanco; Gonçalo Dos Santos, Filipe
Gonçalves (Joao Pedro 78'); Balboa (Gerso 63'), Evandro, Sebá;
Luis Leal. 4-2-3-1.
Sevilla: Javi Varas; Diogo Figueiras, Cala, Fernando Navarro, Alberto Moreno; Iborra (Rakitic 65'), M'Bia; Vitolo, Marin, Rabello (Jairo 71'); Bacca (Gameiro 64'). 4-2-3-1.
0-1. 58. Vitolo. Controlled Marin pass and fired angled shot across Vagner.
1-1. 60. Bruno Miguel. Turned ball in to net after Varas saved from Evandro.
1-2. 77. Gameiro. Picked up cross on right of area and struck shot past keeper.
Sevilla were the only Spanish side to win their opening game in the group stage of the Europe League, Unai Emery's side beating Estoril 1-2 on Thursday evening. Some 3,000 fans made the short journey to the Portuguese coast, making up over half the crowd and virtually turning the match in to a home tie. And the Andalusians had the advantage in the first half, Bacca failing to convert a couple of chances and Marin and Vitolo going close. With just under an hour on the clock a good run by Marin ended with the on-loan Chelsea midfielder setting up Vitolo for the opener, but the locals equalized just two minutes later after Javi Varas prevented Evaldo from taking advantage of Balboa's pass, the ball spinning away for Bruno Miguel to turn it back in to the net. Substitute Gameiro restored the lead though with a quarter of an hour to go, and both keepers had saves to make after that to prevent the scoreline from changing any further.