Slavia: Kolar; Kudela, Ngadeu-Ngadjui, Deli, Boril; Stoch (Van Buren 93’), Soucek, Traoré, Kral (Frydrych 106’), Skoda; Masopust (Zmrhal 90’). 4-5-1.
Sevilla: Vaclík; Carriço, Kjaer, Sergi Gómez; Jesús Navas, Sarabia (André Silva 80’), Roque (Gonalons 74’), Banega, Quincy Promes; Ben Yedder (Rog 104’), Munir. 3-5-2.
1-0. 14. Ngadeu. From close up after Skoda headed back corner.
1-1. 44. Ben Yedder (penalty). Foul by Kolar on Quicy Promes.
2-1. 46. Soucek (penalty). After Jesús Navas brought down Boril.
2-2. 54. Munir. Volley past keeper after Roque headed on corner.
2-3. 98. Vázquez. Angled header past keeper from Promes cross.
3-3. 102. Van Buren. Fired angled shot wide of Vaclik.
4-3. 119. Traoré. Scrambled ball over line after free kick fell to him.
Yellow cards: Kolar 43’, Kral 67’, Olayinka 88, Franco Vázquez 100’, Soucek 111’.
Sevilla are out of “their” competition after losing 4-3 to Slavia Prague in last minute of extra time! A Ben Yedder penalty and a volley by Munir had cancelled out two goals by the Czechs, and a Franco Vázquez header at the start of the 30 minutes added on seemed to have wrapped things up. However Van Buren made it all square once again, and with the tie coming to an end Traoré scrambled home a last gasp winner.