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Summary

  1. Sevilla retain trophy - record fourth win
  2. Bacca scores winner with strike across goal
  3. Winner comes after poor defending
  4. Get Involved via #bbcfootball

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  1. Post update

    The Champions League final has a lot to live up to.

    We had history being made, goals aplenty, dreadful defending and lots of drama.

    What an evening. Thanks for your company.

    I bid you adieu.

    Sevilla lift the Europa League trophy
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    Final word goes to Andrew

    Andrew: Sorry to be a killjoy but in 26 days west ham will be starting the next Europa cup. That's a full year if they want to make the final. I know it was exciting today but is it really worth it?

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    Anthony: This is why La Liga is superior, they may not have the money of English clubs, but they get results in Europe against big teams.

    Allan Abbas: English teams do not disrespect the Europa League, they just not good enough to play in Europe.

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  4. Trophy time

    FT: FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla

    Now for the other side of the coin.

    Hand slaps to the crowd all the way as Sevilla make their way towards the trophy.

    One by one, the players collect their winners medals before grouping together on a platform. The cameras are waiting underneath to capture that magic moment.

    Fernando Navarro is handed the trophy by Michel Platini and up it goes to huge cheers. The ticker tape falls. Lovely stuff.

    Sevilla players lift the Europa League trophy
  5. Post update

    FT: FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla

    Dnipro take the long walk up the steps at the National Stadium in Warsaw. They walk past the Europa League trophy, taking longing looks at it, collect their medals with no sign of a smile and retreat.

    They will look back on this moment with great pride but, for the moment, all they feel is misery.

    Dnipro players disappointed after tonight's result
  6. Post update

    FT: FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla

    Uefa president Michel Platini is the man dishing out the medals.

    Anyone get the feeling he has had a busy day...

  7. Stat attack

    FT: FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla

    A few stats for you...

    - Carlos Bacca has scored five and assisted another three goals in his last six Europa League matches.

    - The last three players to score a brace in a Europa League final have all been South American (Forlan 2010, Falcao 2012, Bacca 2015).

    - Nikola Kalinic has scored the second quickest goal in a Europa League final (Falcao for Atletico Madrid 6:06 in 2012, not including UEFA Cup).

    - Sevilla are the first Europa League team since CSKA Moscow in 2004/05 to concede first in the final and go on to win

  8. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Plenty of praise for Sevilla

    Tokunbo: Spanish teams in the Champions League next season. It's high time English teams took the EL seriously.

    Paul Collins: Want see how important euripa league is? Look at the tears of bacca. English clubs and media just disrespectful to competition.

    Chelsea Warrior: Sevilla are proof that if you try and try, and try, you get your rewards. Welcome to the uefa champions league

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  9. Post update

    FT: FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla

    It doesn't matter what country you are from, celebrations don't change do they?

    From the players taking their young 'uns onto the pitch, to dancing around to music, to grabbing mementos from the crowd to wave around.

    Scenes.

    Sevilla's Vitolo comforts a Dnipro player's son
  10. Post update

    FT: FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla

    Sevilla appear to like this competition.

    They are the first team to win four times and the first to retain the Europa League in it's present guise.

    Bigger fish to fry for them next season as they have a shot at the Champions League.

    Sevilla win the Europa League
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    Bernard Pollacco: the champions league final has a lot to live up to after this great final

    Max Baggins-Craig: What a great final that was, both teams deserved t win, especially Dnipro following their effort, passion & sheer determination

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  12. CHAMPAGNE MOMENT

    FT: FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla

    Incredible scenes of jubilation from Sevilla. Misery for Dnipro.

    The Spaniards just missed out on a place in the Champions League in La Liga at the weekend. Now they become the first team to qualify for Europe's elite competition through the Europa League.

    Sevilla celebrate
  13. FULL-TIME

    FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla

    Sevilla's Carlos Bacca has been taken off and can't watch from the bench. He can now. Game over.

  14. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla

    Yevhen Konoplyanka dinks a cross into Sevilla area. Claimed by goalkeeper Sergio Rico. Surely that is it?

  15. CLOSE!

    FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla

    Sevilla defender Coke flashes a shot over the bar.

  16. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla

    Sevilla fans

    Sevilla fans are bouncing up and down... They just want the final whistle.

  17. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla

    The Ukrainians forcer another corner... and another, before Yevhen Cheberyachko heads at goalkeeper Denys Boyko. Into four minutes of injury time.

  18. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla

    This isn't over yet. Corner for Dnipro...

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    Kevin Logan: Are Sevilla ever going to give the Europa League cup back?

    jack lucey: This Europa league final is everything you want. Chances, Goals , Feisty tackles and a lot of spirit from both teams

    Sevilla and Dnipro players

    Jonathan Cowley: Carlos Bacca is just brilliant to watch. Pace, power, technique. He's got the lot. Top quality striker

  20. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla

    Matheus is stretched off

    Matheus is stretchered off but is moving on. The replays show a clash of heads with Sevilla defender Benoit Tremoulinas in the build up.

  21. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla

    The National Stadium in Warsaw falls silent as Dnipro's Matheus appears to collapse with no one near him. The medics race out to him. This doesn't look good.

    Matheus receives attention
  22. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla

    The Sevilla fans are already celebrating.

    Their side look well in control but it only takes a second for things to change.

    Sevilla fans
  23. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla

    Sevilla goalkeeper Sergio Rico makes a mess of that as he comes out to mop up a Dnipro attack. His clearance just goes up in the air but it is enough, just.

    The team from Ukraine look all out of ideas...

    A dejected Dnipro side
  24. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla

    Don't forget Sevilla are bidding for their fourth final win in this competition. A record. Seven minutes left.

  25. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla

    It may be a contest held with a final Poland, and featuring teams from Spain and the Ukraine, but there is an English connection to tonight's final. Martin Atkinson is the referee, and his officials herald from the Premier League too. They are doing a god job so far.

    Martin Atkinson and his officials
  26. GREAT SAVE!

    FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla

    Carlos Bacca should have been enjoying an even better evening.

    He looks certain to score as Stephane Mbia's chipped cross picks him out unmarked 10 yards from goal. He fails to meet the ball properly with his head though and his bundled attempt is deflected over by goalkeeper Denys Boyko.

    Dnipro are still alive - just.

  27. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla

    Carlos Bacca is enjoying himself. He set up the first goal and scored the next two.

    A match-winning performance?

    Carlos Bacca celebrates his second goal
  28. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla

    Dnipro's top scorer in the competition Nikola Klainic is replaced by Yevhen Seleznyov.

  29. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla

    Dnipro won't give up.

    Artem Fedetsky twists and turns inside the penalty area before scuffing his shot into the side netting.

    Is there another twist in this thriller yet?

  30. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Tony Stewart: All these defenders in the box really giving that thumbs up to Sunday League. Just hoof and run up the field, was always told.

    DrKip: Which English team is capable of a high octane game like this? Preston Northend at Wembley perhaps??

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  31. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla

    We spoke of the pain in Spain (57m), how about the game in the Ukraine... fans await nervously in Kiev

    A fan in the Ukraine
  32. GOAL

    FC Dnipro 2-3 Sevilla - Carlos Bacca

    Dnipro only have themselves to blame as Sevilla take the lead again.

    They sky the ball up in the air to put their defence under real pressure. Stephana Mbia prods the ball forward, Vitola slides it through and Carlos Bacca is in the right place to drill home his seconds.

    History beckons for Sevilla.

    Sevilla celebrate
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    Chris Cox: Good to see football back under the spotlight after todays events in Switzerland.

    What happened there Chris?

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  34. PENALTY APPEAL

    FC Dnipro 2-2 Sevilla

    Another right wing corner and more chaos in the Dnipro box. The ball flashes across the face of goal and is picked up on the left by Ever Benega. He pushes the ball past Ruslan Rotan before going down. There looks little contact. No penalty.

  35. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-2 Sevilla

    Are we seeing signs of Dnipro tiring? I wouldn't be surprised. Their work rate has been tireless but this last 20 minutes could hurt,.

    Another corner for Sevilla.

    Dnipro tiring
  36. CLOSE!

    FC Dnipro 2-2 Sevilla

    As we enter the last 25 minutes, Sevilla are slowly getting on top.

    They have another corner..... and another.

    There is huge scramble in the penalty area, the ball drops at the feet of Grzegorz Krychowiak but his volley from lose range is blocked and the ball is cleared.

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    It's a bag, but good question all the same

    Ridley Kemp: Re 57m: What I want to know is, why is the man in the background wearing a scarf which reads "Grimey"? A nod to Frank Grimes?

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  38. CLOSE!

    FC Dnipro 2-2 Sevilla

    Sevilla should be ahead. Stephane Mbia heads over unmarked from a right-wing corner. He runs back with his head in his hands. He knows that is a chance.

    Stephane Mbia
  39. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-2 Sevilla

    Yevhen Konoplyanka continues to buy a ticket.

    This time he shoots from 30 yards and, again, it doesn't trouble the goal. The Dnipro man will get one right eventually though...

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    Adam: I don't get all the people saying English teams aren't taking Europa seriously. Everton certainly did this year, we just weren't good enough against a high quality Kiev side. Fact is some of these European teams are very talented, but we ignore that because they aren't in a "big" league

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    Everton in the Europa league
  41. SUBSTITUTION

    FC Dnipro 2-2 Sevilla

    Surprising switch that one. Jose Antonio Reyes is withdrawn for Sevilla and replaced by right back Coke. Aleix Vidal will be pushed into midfield.

  42. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-2 Sevilla

    Jose Antonio Reyes continues to look Sevilla's danger man. He breaks into the box, the ball falls loose and Carlos Bacca takes an air shot on the edge of the penalty area.

  43. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-2 Sevilla

    Meanwhile, away from Warsaw...the pain in Spain is too much for some,

    A Sevilla fan
  44. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-2 Sevilla

    Yevhen Konoplyanka has been linked with a number of Premier League clubs over the past 18 months. This time though the Dnipro midfielder's radar is well off, as he steps inside and fires horribly over from 25 yards.

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    Chelsea Warrior: That champions league place is a proper incentive. Cracking tie, this.

    Roland Hagan: Surely, the only reason why this final is so lively is because the winner gets a Champions League spot.

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    Rotan vies for the ball
  46. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-2 Sevilla

    It would take a brave man to predict the outcome of this.

    Any brave people out there? What do you reckon?

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    Food for thought

    Rob Gallagher: Why do the dnipro players have such randomly high squad numbers?

    The high squad numbers worn by the Dnipro players

    n waheed: there's as many goals in this match as there are consonants on the team sheets!

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  48. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-2 Sevilla

    Stephane Mbia attacks the delivery from the right with real determination but a brave headed clearance from Yevhen Cheberyachko clears the danger and sets Dnipro away on the break.

    Nikola Kalinic breaks down the right but concedes a foul. This is still end-to-end stuff.

  49. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-2 Sevilla

    Corner to Sevilla...

  50. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-2 Sevilla

    Inches away from Leo Matos at the far post. The Dnipro full back stretches as he looks to get on the end of a chipped pass but it is too far away and he can only divert the ball the wrong way.

    A decent start from both sides though.

  51. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-2 Sevilla

    Looks like the crowd have been enjoying themselves too much at half time. There are a lot of empty seats for the start of second half. Where has everyone gone?

  52. KICK-OFF

    FC Dnipro 2-2 Sevilla

    Here we go again. Fingers crossed for more of the same.

    Sevilla and Dnipro battle it out in the Europa league final
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    English clubs take note

    Pills: English players and teams saying that they don't want to play Europa League football as they would rather focus on the league is a joke. Just watch this game and this proves why English teams should be taking this seriously.

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  54. Post update

    HT: FC Dnipro 2-2 Sevilla

    Dnipro run out onto the pitch looking determined, while Sevilla look a little bit more sluggish. Perhaps they didn't expect such a test?

  55. Advocaat leaves Sunderland

    Sunderland

    A bit of news in the Premier League this evening where Sunderland boss Dick Advocaat announces he won't be staying with the Black Cats.

    The 67-year-old Dutchman says he no longer wishes to continue a career in club management.

    A blow for Sunderland and for the neutral. He was good value in his short time in the Premier League.

    Dick Advocaat
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    Is this what cup finals should look like?

    SETH: This's what should happen in finals! Make it lively with Goals Goals Goals and not disastrous goalless stalemate.

    Matthew Smith: Cracking final! Think it will end up 4 all aet and Sevilla to win on pens...fingers crossed

    Graham Oxley: Is anyone else loving the Europa League final tonight? Great entertainment.

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  57. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Is Rotan the new Ronaldo?

    DrKip: Sevilla fans..close your eyes. That Rotan free kick is from the top drawers. Ronaldo is fuming with jealousy. Pure pearl.

    John Southworth: Rotan showing you don't need the Ronaldo theatrics to take a great freekick

    Andrew Priestley: BANG! PickBANG! Pick that one out! This Dnipro side don't know how to lie down. Game on.

    Ruslan Rotan scores

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  58. Post update

    HT: FC Dnipro 2-2 Sevilla

    If things had been different, very different, this could have been Liverpool v Everton in Steven Gerrard's farewell.

    It would have been some going to have beaten this for entertainment though...

    Keep it going lads...

    Who needs dancing dogs and dad dancing on Britain's Got Talent when you have got attacking football like this?

  59. Post update

    HT: FC Dnipro 2-2 Sevilla

    Europa League

    Are things about to change?

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    Callum Simpson: Krychowiak is a cracking player, would have most PL defensive midfielders on toast, bar Matic.

    Tom: Jose antonio reyes is a europa league specialist.... Sign him up new west ham manager!

    Phil: Kalinic wasn't good enough for Blackburn and yet here he is now! The Steve Kean era really was a disaster for the club & continues to resonate to this day!

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  61. HALF-TIME

    FC Dnipro 2-2 Sevilla

    The last two Europa League finals have been goalless at the break.

    Not this one!

  62. Post update

    FC Dnipro 2-2 Sevilla

    So 5-5 anyone?

    Both teams are throwing men forward and looking as though they can score with every attack.

    Both managers will look to tighten things up at the break surely? Hope they don't do. This is enjoyable.

    A Sevilla fan
  63. GOAL

    FC Dnipro 2-2 Sevilla - Ruslan Rotan

    This game just gets better.

    Dnipro skipper Ruslan Rotan sizes up a free-kick 25 yards out. He takes a few steps back, approaches the ball, and curls it over the wall and into the top corner.

    Goalkeeper Sergio Rico was nowhere near it.

    What a match.

    Ruslan Rotan celebrates
  64. Text us on 81111

    Marcus: Once again the much-maligned Europa League providing proper football fun. You can stick your play-acting, bus-parking Champions League (except most aren't champions)

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  65. Post update

    FC Dnipro 1-2 Sevilla

    Not from that delivery but they come forward again as they start pressing the Spaniards further up the pitch.

    Their new pressing tactic leaves gaps at the other end though and, after losing the ball, they nearly concede as Aleix Vidal screams a shot over the bar.

    Thrilling stuff so far.

  66. Post update

    FC Dnipro 1-2 Sevilla

    No team has ever retained the Europa League...

    Sevilla are well on their way to doing so. but Dnipro have reacted well.

    They have a corner. Can they equalise before the break?

    Sevilla lift the Europa league in 2014
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    eurofoot: It's a pity @carlos7bacca 's first name wasn't Chew. #chewbaccaforsevilla

    JohnMadrid: Only in Engand do we undervalue a tournament that gives winner a major trophy & place in CL.

    DrKip: Sevilla are smokin' hot. Wenger should be slapping himself for selling Reyes. Magic! I hope the gullible Real Madrid will not dump Gareth Bale and buy Krychowiak for insane money.

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  68. GREAT SAVE!

    FC Dnipro 1-2 Sevilla

    Yes they can if that is anything to go by.

    Dnipro's Yevhen Konoplyanka steps inside and curls a shot towards the top corner from 20 yards. It looks goal-bound all the way until a diving Sergio Rico tips the ball over the bar.

    No wonder Rico has just been called up for Spain. That was class.

  69. Post update

    FC Dnipro 1-2 Sevilla

    Dnipro look stunned.

    Less than 10 minutes ago, they were ahead in their first ever European final.

    Now they are behind. Can they recover?

    Myron Markevych
  70. Text us on 81111

    Olivier: RE: Tom (21 minutes). Why would Konoplyanka go to Spurs? If Dnipro win this, they'll be in the Champions League group stages next year. Spurs can't offer that.

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  71. GOAL

    FC Dnipro 1-2 Sevilla - Carlos Bacca

    What a turnaround.

    Jose Antonio Reyes slips through an absolutely delicious low pass that splits Dnipro's defence.

    Carlos Bacca, Sevilla's top scorer in the competition, times his run to perfection, rounds goalkeeper Denys Boyko and slides the ball into the back of the net.

    Brilliant.

    Carlos Bacca celebrates
  72. GOAL

    FC Dnipro 1-1 Sevilla - Grzegorz Krychowiak

    It was coming. Another corner comes in from the left, Carlos Bacca knocks the ball down and Poland defender Grzegorz Krychowiak drills low through a crowd of players into the net.

    The Poles in the crowd will have enjoyed that.

    Grzegorz Krychowiak scores
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    Rizpey: Its good defending by Dnipro but question is, can they do it for 90 minutes???

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  74. Post update

    FC Dnipro 1-0 Sevilla

    Dnipro goalkeeper Denys Boyko shows his good and bad side there.

    Firstly he brilliantly dives to his left to parry away Gregorz Krychowiak's header but, from the resulting corner, he flaps at the ball and is lucky to see the ball bounce off Sevilla's Stephane Mbia and go wide.

    He has a mistake in him...

  75. Post update

    FC Dnipro 1-0 Sevilla

    Dnipro goalkeeper Denys Boyko doesn't look particularly convincing as he comes to deal with a floated free-kick into the penalty area. He just about manages to punch away before being clattered by Sevilla's Timothee Kolodzoejczak. Foul conceded but Sevilla will like what they see from Boyko.

    They have a corner as well...

    Dnipro goalkeeper Boiko
  76. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    The silly season has already started for Tom

    Tom Duncan: Cracking start for Dnipro. Konoplyanka to Spurs in the summer. Peeling off Eriksen and bashing in crosses for Kane.

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  77. Post update

    FC Dnipro 1-0 Sevilla

    It's that man again.

    Joe Antonio Reyes cuts in from the right and flashes a low drive from 20 yards wide of goal. Some fans are on their feet as the ball nestles on the back of the net after rebounding off the hoarding.

    Jose Antonio Reyes
  78. Post update

    FC Dnipro 1-0 Sevilla

    Sevilla are faced with a blue wall as they continue to come forward. Dnipro look happy sitting deep and soaking up wave after wave of attack.

    You can see their thinking as well as, on the rare occasion they have stolen the ball, they look dangerous on the break.

  79. Post update

    FC Dnipro 1-0 Sevilla

    Dnipro's danger man, Yevhen Konoplyanka bursts down the left on a rare break but his cross is poor and cleared by the front man, with Nikola Kalinic waiting to pounce behind.

  80. Post update

    FC Dnipro 1-0 Sevilla

    Arsenal fans will know all about Jose Antonio Reyes and he is looking a constant threat for Sevilla. He may have lost some of his pace but his intelligence is still there. Don't be surprised to see him have a major impact.

    Jose Antonio Reyes of Sevilla
  81. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Jeremiah Kariuki: an explosive start by Dnipro! getting the right touch and Sevilla are to chase the game now!

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    Dnipro celebrates Kalinic's goal
  82. CLOSE!

    FC Dnipro 1-0 Sevilla

    Chance. Good defending by Dnipro though.

    Vitola bursts onto a cross from the left by Benoit Tremoulinas but his shot is well blocked. Sevilla look as though they will create chances.

  83. Post update

    FC Dnipro 1-0 Sevilla

    The perfect start for Dnipro.

    The side from Ukraine are known for sitting deep and hitting teams on the break. Well, now they have got something to sit on.

    Dnipo take the lead
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    Well, we sure hope you're enjoying it Jack.

    jack lucey: Can not wait for the Europa league final. Going to be very tight. Come on Sevilla!!! #bbcfootball

    Martin M Laidlaw: Either Gabby Agbonlahor playing against FC Hafnarfjordor or Joachin Bjorklund who lined up for Rangers vs Alania Vladikavkaz

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  85. GOAL

    FC Dnipro 1-0 Sevilla - Nikola Kalinic

    What was I saying? Forget that.

    A brilliant forward's goal from ex-Blackburn man Nikola Kalinic as Dnipro take a shock lead.He flicks on a long ball, gets himself into the penalty area and is in the right place to head home to Matheus's cross from the right.

    Could there be an upset on the cards?

    Kalanic celebrates
  86. PENALTY APPEAL

    FC Dnipro 0-0 Sevilla

    Dnipro look up against it early on. Sevilla are almost camped in the Ukrainians' half as they look for the early break.

    Referee Martin Atkinson waves away a penalty appeal from the Spaniards as Jose Antonio Reyes goes down under the challenge of Ruslan Rotan. A half-hearted shout to say the least.

  87. Post update

    FC Dnipro 0-0 Sevilla

    You can say what you like about the importance of the Europa League, but the fans in Poland this evening are loving it. A really good atmosphere early on.

    Dnipro fans
  88. Post update

    FC Dnipro 0-0 Sevilla

    An early chance for Sevilla as the ball gets punted towards Carlos Bacca's chest, he controls well, turns, but volleys wildly over from 25 yards.

  89. LINE-UPS

    FC Dnipro v Sevilla (19:45 BST)

    Dnipro starting XI: Boyko, Douglas, Fedetskiy, Kankava, Matos, Cheberyachko, Fedorchuk, Rotan, Kalinic, Konoplyanka, Matheus. Subs: Lastuvka, Vlad, Luchkevych, Bezus, Gama, Shakhov, Seleznyov.

    Sevilla starting XI: Rico, Tremoulinas, Carriço, Kolodziejczak, Reyes, Banega, Vitolo, Aleix Vidal, Mbia, Bacca. Subs: Beto, Navarro, Figueiras, Coke, Iborra, Suurez, Gameiro.

    The two teams emerge
  90. KICK-OFF

    FC Dnipro 0-0 Sevilla

    Game on.

  91. Manager view

    FC Dnipro v Sevilla (19:45 BST)

    Ukrainian Premier League

    Myron Markevych, Dnipro coach: "It's true we weren't planning on playing in the final this season, but you get more appetite once you start eating. Once we beat Olympiacos (in the round of 32) I started believing that we could go to the semi-finals at least.

    "I am a fan of Spanish football, that's true. Not only me, though - many people all over the world are fans. I like their style of play, how the team performs on the pitch. I think Sevilla are quite similar to Napoli, probably because they both have Spanish coaches and the way they play is similar.

    "If I said the players were not worried, that would not be right. Of course they feel nervous, but the important thing is that they stop being nervous as soon as they get onto the pitch."

  92. Manager view

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    Spanish La Liga

    Unai Emery, Sevilla coach: "Details matter a great deal when two teams like this play each other over 90 minutes. It's going to be a close call, so our concentration and focus must be more than 100% to ensure that the details work in our favour.

    "Dnipro are a very well-organised team - their defence is really solid. They are also skilled at pressing up front, so keeping hold of the ball is not going to be easy for us. That is one of the keys to their success; they can really press the opposition.

    "We have analysed and studied Dnipro. We have gathered information from Juande [Ramos], as well as [former assistants] Marcos Alvarez and [Juan] Muniz because we want to know them in detail. All three of these have worked at Dnipro and they know them well.

    "I don't have a crystal ball, but we'll see what we can do. On the basis of what's happened up until now, we know this will be a very difficult match."

    Unai Emery
  93. Post update

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    Dnipro

    Dnipro will be trying to keep things tight this evening...

  94. Post update

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    The National Stadium in Warsaw is jumping.

    Here come the teams, past the Europa League trophy, and onto the field.

    England's Martin Atkinson is the referee - probably the closest we will get to this stage for a while...

  95. The impact of the Europa League

    Europa League

    No-one wants to play in the Europa League, right?

    Common theory paints the competition as a hindrance, but does it actually harm a club's Premier League hopes?

    BBC Sport studied 10 seasons since the Europa League - from last season's competition - introduced group stages to find exactly what impact a campaign has on league performance.

    We crunched every season-on-season position change and analysed each league result which followed a Europa League fixture and found the following.

  96. European Experience

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    Spanish La Liga

    It isn't just Sevilla as a team who are experienced in this competition.

    - Their Portuguese defender Daniel Carrico has made more Europa League appearances (group stage to final) than any other player in the competition's history - 47.

    - Midfielder Jose Antonio Reyes is Sevilla's most experienced European campaigner with 90 UEFA club competition games to his name.

    - Carlos Bacca is the only player to have featured in all 14 of Sevilla's games.

  97. Goals galore

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    Stats

    Blackburn fans will remember Nikola Kalinic. The Croatia international arrived at Ewood Park from Hadjuk Split in 2009 - for in the region of £6m - and scored seven goals in 33 appearances in the 2009-10 campaign.

    But Kalinic stuck just eight times in 21 games in his last season and slipped down boss Steve Kean's pecking order.

  98. Record breakers?

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    Uefa

    Sevilla will make history if they win tonight. No other team has won the Uefa Cup/Europa League on four occasions. They are currently level with Inter, Juventus and Liverpool with three victories.

    Sevilla's record is all the more impressive considering all their successes have come since 2006. They do love the Europa League.

  99. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    We asked you for clubs whose names you had difficulty pronouncing.

    Johnny Magrinho: Any game taking place in Wales other than Swansea & Cardiff. Even the locals don't speak the language so what hope have we got?

    Rich: I'm a Newcastle fan, first time I saw them play was against Ferencvárosi of Hungary. Still not sure I'm pronouncing it right.

    Get in touch with us on Twitter at #bbcfootball, on text on 81111, or via the BBC Sport Facebook page.

  100. Defending champions

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    Sevilla

    Sevilla have very happy recent memories of the Europa League title, having won it this time last year.

    They beat Benfica on penalties to win the Europa League in Turin, their third triumph in the competition in nine seasons.

    Will it be a fourth in 10 this evening?

  101. Time to party

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    It looks as though the fans have been enjoying themselves in Poland today anyway...

    Sevilla
    sEVILLA FANS
    Dnipro fans
  102. Text us on 81111

    We asked you for some of the more unusual names in football.

    Alan, Glasgow: I own a couple of Crvena Zvezda (Red Star Belgrade) tops, and once went to see Kilmarnock vs Zeljeznicar Sarajevo. Two tough teams to pronounce.

    Metin from London: It has to be Anzhi Makhachkala, back when they were a big thing. Even when I typed this I had to google for the correct spelling ha ha.

    James, Kent: When Guylain Ndumbu Nsungu signed for Gillingham in 2006, we were certainly struggling to spit that name out!

    Get in touch with us on Twitter at #bbcfootball, on text on 81111, or via the BBC Sport Facebook page.

  103. Road to the final - Sevilla

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    Sevilla's route to the final

    Sevilla progressed to the knockout stage by finishing second to Feyenoord in their group and breezed through their last-32 and last-16 games, beating Borussia Monchengladbach and Villarreal 4-2 and 5-2 respectively.

    In the quarter-finals, Sevilla faced Zenit and a 2-1 home win in the first leg proved crucial as they drew the second leg 2-2, cementing a 4-3 aggregate win.

    Fiorentina were their semi-final opponents but the Italians proved no match for Sevilla, who cruised through to the final with a 5-0 aggregate win.

  104. Road to the final - Dnipro

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    Dnipro

    After finishing second to Inter Milan in their group, Dnipro beat Olympiacos 4-2 on aggregate in the round of 32 before edging Ajax on away goals following a 2-2 aggregate draw in the last-16, their goal in a 2-1 defeat at Ajax proving decisive.

    Next up was Club Brugge, unbeaten on their way to the quarter-finals, but after Dnipro had earned a 0-0 draw in Belgium in the first leg, Yevhen Shakhov won it for Dnipro with a goal in the return tie.

    Finally, they overcame Napoli in the semi-final as Yevhen Seleznyov earned a 1-1 draw in Italy, before the striker scored the games only goal in the second leg to seal Dnipro's place in the final.

  105. Hectic schedule

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    Dnipro

    Dnipro have certainly been busy.

    They started 2014/15 in the third qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League, meaning they have had to play 18 matches to make it to the final.

    Sevilla have strolled through in comparison, playing just 14 matches.

    Will it be one step too far for the Ukrainians?

  106. Team news

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    sEVILLA

    Striker Yevhen Seleznyov, who scored both goals in Dnipro's 2-1 aggregate semi-final win over Napoli, has to settle for a place on the bench as he recovers from a knee injury. Fellow forward Nikola Kalinic, who played for Blackburn between 2009 and 2011, leads the attack.

    Former Arsenal forward Jose Antonio Reyes starts for Sevilla, along with five-goal top scorer Carlos Bacca, the only player to have featured in all 14 of Sevilla's games.

    Dnipro starting XI: Boyko, Douglas, Fedetskiy, Kankava, Matos, Cheberyachko, Fedorchuk, Rotan, Kalinic, Konoplyanka, Matheus. Subs: Lastuvka, Vlad, Luchkevych, Bezus, Gama, Shakhov, Seleznyov.

    Sevillastarting XI: Rico, Tremoulinas, Carriço, Kolodziejczak, Reyes, Banega, Vitolo, Aleix Vidal, Mbia, Bacca. Subs: Beto, Navarro, Figueiras, Coke, Iborra, Suurez, Gameiro.

    Dnipro
  107. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Tonight's final is a bit of a nightmare for a live text commentator. Try typing FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk at pace...

    That got me thinking about other tongue twisters in football. What matches have you been to where you have struggled to pronounce the team names or the players?

    Let us know via #bbcfootball or text 81111.

  108. Masters v the apprentice

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    This is very much a case of the master vs the apprentice.

    Spanish La Liga outfit Sevilla have reached three previous finals in this competition - and have won them all. Tonight's sees them go for a record fourth title.

    Ukrainian Premier League side FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk on the other hand are in the first ever European final.

    David v Goliath? Very much so.

  109. Regrets? We had a few

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    Sevilla and Dnipro fans
    Image caption: Get that party started

    Good evening and welcome to live text of the Europa League final.

    A competition that is much maligned for most of the season but, for the winners in Warsaw this evening, a Champions League place awaits.

    For the losers? Just regrets and a feeling of 'why did we bother'?

    The party has already started in Poland but only one set of fans will still carrying the celebrations on post match.

  110. It is all worth it?

    Europa League final

    They've had to play 14 or more matches to get here, travelled thousands of miles, played on some dodgy pitches and performed in front of sparse attendances.

    Is it really worth it?

    Dnipro and Sevilla can only answer that in a few hours time.