It did not go well at all Seville in Turkey. The Andalusian team suffered a lot against the Akhisar, bottom of the group, which equaled a 0-2 against and even missed a penalty. Sevilla won the match in the final stage thanks to an action between the two best players on their team. Banega and Vázquez made a great play, which ended in a penalty against Vázquez. Banega made the third with a good pitch and ended the problems. Sevilla, leader of the group, depends on itself to move on to the next phase. Thus, it would be worth the tie in the following match in Liège to qualify in a mathematical way.
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The sevillistas, who played more than half an hour with ten for the expulsion of Sergi Gómez, were much superior in the first act and came with 0-2 at halftime with goals from Nolito and the Colombian Luis Muriel, but in the second they came down and the Akhisar tied him after failing before a penalty, although Banega avoided the wreck by converting another three minutes from the end. With four changes in an eleven with the news of the French central Joris Gnagon, the lanes Aleix Vidal and Sergio Escudero and the attacker Nolito, the Andalusians came to Turkey again without their goal-scorers, the Frenchman Wissam Ben Yedder and the Portuguese André Silva, for injury, but willing not to give wings to the opponent and quickly resolve a propitious a priori shock for the potential difference of both.
Sevilla started as the leader of the group matched with Krasnodar and Standard Lieja, and did not want surprises against a lesser opponent on paper, antepenultimate in the Turkish league and, for more inri, in box, especially behind, by the injuries of Yumlu, Dany Nounkeu, Regattin and the Ukrainian Yevhen Seleznyov, his only born point.
Without trusting the 6-0 that he endorsed two weeks ago in Seville to Akhisar, the biggest win in Sevilla's history in Europe, the team led by Pablo Machín came out with verve to prevent the Turks from growing up and showed it in two early days occasions without prize of Aleix Vidal and the Colombian Luis Muriel. The hispalenses, with intensity and control of the game, sought to take advantage of the weakness of the green back and soon transferred to the marker their clear superiority by means of Nolito, who, only in the area, made the 0-1 at 12 minutes to Muriel's pass.
The Akhisar, without clarity above and weak in defense, did not react and the Spanish team continued sending in a clash with little rhythm. Even so, after two notices exceeded the equator of the first time of the Dutchman Quincy Promes, with a shot from distance that the Serbian Milan Lukac sent to corner, and a header by the Argentinean Franco Vazquez, Muriel extended the income with the 0-2 to seven of the rest, when riveting to goal in the small area after a talented play of Promes.
In the second part, and unlike a first one in which the Turks just arrived with danger to the Sevilla area, the Andalusian team came away clueless, without the necessary concentration. This was used by Akhisar to close the gap seven minutes after the restart after a long ball that received the Dutchman Elvis Manu and, after going in the speed of Cameroonian Amadou, cut Gnagnon and beat the Czech Tomas Vaclik.
The 1-2 was a blow for Sevilla, lost, aimless and overcome in this period. This led to the push of the Turks, who forgave the equalizer in the 57th minute by sending Guray Vural to the right post of Vaclik a penalty committed by Sergi Gomez, who was sent off when he saw his second yellow, on Manu. With one player less and still ahead on the scoreboard for that action fortunate for their interests, the Sevilla players did not know how to manage the situation and, with hardly any arrivals to the local area, they were overwhelmed by the offensive insistence of an Akhisar.
The Portuguese Hélder Barbosa tried it in two shots, although one went high and the other was cleared by Vaclik, although the Akhisar did not surrender in the midst of the Sevilla wreck and insisted until achieving 2-2 to twelve minutes from the end, by nodding the newly incorporated Onur Ayik a good center from the left of Vural.
It was a jug of cold water for Sevilla, who, however, avoided the fiasco by three of the conclusion in an isolated move, when Franco Vazquez was the object of a penalty by the Portuguese Miguel Lopes -and one was whistled in Sanchez Pizjuán- and Banega made it 2-3 for respite from the people of Seville.