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Éver Banega (right) keeps a
watchful eye on Hulk
For Sevilla, their European know-how and
strength in depth were telling ingredients in
a hard-fought quarter-final conquest of Zenit.
Emery’s men trailed in the first leg at the Estadio
Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán until the 73rd minute,
when substitute Carlos Bacca equalised. Fellow
replacement Denis Suárez then sealed the
turnaround with a brilliant 88th-minute volley.
Back in St Petersburg, Sevilla had to survive a
storm of pressure after Hulk’s ferocious shot
had made it 2-1 on the night, but a late
equaliser on the counter by Kevin Gameiro –
another substitute and scorer of the winning
penalty in the 2014 final – saw them through.
It was a case of fine margins in Kyiv too
where Dnipro, having held Club Brugge 0-0
Napoli coach Rafael Benítez
in Belgium, advanced to their first European
semi-final thanks to Yevhen Shakhov’s deflected
strike eight minutes from the end.
Dynamo Kyiv’s attempt to accompany Dnipro
into the last four foundered against Fiorentina.
The Viola grabbed an added-time equaliser in
Kyiv through Khouma Babacar, then prevailed
2-0 in Italy where Dynamo had Jeremain Lens
dismissed with the game goalless. There was
no such second-leg drama between Napoli
and Wolfsburg, the Italians having effectively
wrapped up progress when a superb team
performance earned them a 4-1 first-leg victory
in Germany on coach Rafael Benítez’s birthday.
Juan Vargas on the
run for Fiorentina
Yevhen Konoplyanka leaves Club
Brugge’s Obbi Oularé in his wake