Sevilla clinches Europa League championship with Moroccan goalkeeper Bono’s stellar performance against Rome.

Sevilla became European Football League champions by beating Italy’s Roma 4-1 on penalties on Wednesday in the final after a 1-1 draw after regulation and extra time ended.

Roma scored first through their Argentine national team playmaker Paulo Dybala in the 35th minute, and the Andalusian team responded with friendly fire through defender Gianluca Mancini (55 fouls against his team).

Sevilla goalkeeper Yassin Bono of Morocco scored more than once in the match with his brilliant saves, and then scored two penalties from Mancini and Brazilian Roger Ibanes, the first with his foot, and the second with his fingertip. the ball bounced off the right post.

Sevilla hold the record for the Europa League with seven titles and have never lost a final match in history.

On the other hand, Roma were looking to secure the win for the second year in a row to the continental title, having won the European Conference League title at the expense of Feyenoord Rotterdam last season.

Source: agencies

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