Sevilla: David Soria; Mariano, Kranevitter, Lenglet, Escudero; N’Zonzi, Krohn-Dehli (Sarabia 83’); Joaquín Correa, Franco Vázquez (Ganso 61’), Vitolo; Jovetic (Ben Yedder 64‘). 4-2-3-1.
Osasuna: Sirigu; Alex Berenguer, Oier, Vujadinovic, Steven Mondragón, Carlos Clerc (Kike Barja 74’); Roberto Torres (Olavide 67’), Raoul Loé, Causic; Oriol Riera, Kenan Kodro (Fuentes 61’). 5-3-2.
1-0. 10. Vitolo. Rolled shot in to net after Sirigu pushed out shot from Correa.
2-0. 20. Franco Vázquez. Connected with Escudero cross and shot past keeper.
3-0. 35. Jovetic. Picked up Vitolo pass and turned past marker to shoot in to net.
4-0. 60. Franco Vázquez. Struck angled shot past Sirigu after Mariano crossed in.
5-0. 80. Vitolo. Collected Ben Yedder pass and cut past two defenders to score.
Yellow cards: Jovetic 29’, Oier 56’, N’Zonzi 62’, Kranevitter 67’.
Fourth placed Sevilla rounded off their season with a 5-0 win over Osasuna, who finish in next to bottom spot following Granada’s defeat on Friday. The Andalusians went three up before the break, Vitolo starting things off after Sirigu could only push out a shot from Correa. Franco Vázquez added the second from an Escudero centre a few minutes later, and Jovetic got the third after picking up a pass from Vitolo shortly before the interval. Kodro and Riera brought good saves out of David Soria after the restart, but Vázquez got on the end of Mariano’s cross to score a fourth, and Vitolo wrapped things up with a solo effort later on. The result gives Sevilla their best ranking in seven years, a fitting end for Sampaoli, who leaves the club to take over as the Argentina national coach. Some fans didn’t agree with his decision to go though, and there were a few whistles when his name was announced before kick-off.