The 1-1 draw in the first game is grossly unfair for Sevilla. They opened the match with 3 good chances (14′, 17′, 25 minute) before taking the lead with En Nesyri in the 26th minute. Sevilla continued to be better, while the tempo dropped in the 2nd half, where Juventus took a risk towards the end, and equalized in the 90+7 minute. The Andalusian team returns to its mighty headquarters, which is a multiple winner of the UEFA Cup and Europa league, with 6 conquests (2006, 2007 as the UEFA Cup, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2020 as the Europa League). They are unbeaten in the last 9 home games in a Europa League knockout (7-2-0), with 5 consecutive wins. A home draw is rarely regarded as a positive result in the Juventus ranks, but they should probably say „thank you” the way the match went. The „Old Lady“ didn’t take a valuable lead on the trip to Andalucía, and Max Allegri’s players will have a difficult evening. Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán is something like hell for Sevilla’s Europa League rivals, while Juventus don’t inspire confidence and were clearly worse in the first match.