It's all gone wrong for Liverpool in this second half. They walked out of the dressing room with a 1-0 lead in the Europa League final. 25 minutes later they find themselves 3-1 down. After Kevin Gameiro brought the Spaniards level, Coke has given them a lead with a curling strike from the top of the penalty area. A beautiful passing sequence ended with a little bit of luck with the ball finding it's way into the path of Coke.
"What a sequence. What a goal." Coke caps off a sublime move to put Sevilla in front. #LIVSEV #UELfinal https://t.co/syHeTsAz9M— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) May 18, 2016
Just minutes later, Sevilla went 3-1 up on a controversial goal again by Coke. Liverpool were begging for an offside call on the play, but it never came because the ball to the goal scorer came off of a defender instead of an attacker.
Coke secures his brace to give Sevilla a 2-goal cushion over Liverpool. #LIVSEV #UELfinal https://t.co/YnX3VjF2II— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) May 18, 2016
Liverpool have 15 minutes to find some magic or they'll lose their second cup final of the season.