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Krasnodar 1-2 Sevilla: LaLiga outfit seal progression to Champions League knockout stages

Krasnodar 1-2 Sevilla: Munir El Haddadi nets last-gasp winner following Ivan Rakitic’s superb half-volley as LaLiga outfit seal progression to Champions League knockout stages

  • Ivan Rakitic got Sevilla off to a flyer in the fourth minute with a superb half-volley
  • Krasnodar equalised in 56th minute through Wanderson Maciel Sousa Campos
  • Sevilla had the last laugh with an injury-time winner through Munir El Haddadi
  • The LaLiga outfit have qualified for knockout stages with two matches to spare 

Sevilla have cruised into the knockout stages of the Champions League with two matches in their group to spare following their last-gasp 2-1 victory away at Krasnodar.

Ivan Rakitic got Sevilla off to a flyer in Russia with a superb half-volley in the fourth minute, drilling home into the corner leaving Krasnodar goalkeeper Yevgeni Gorodov with absolutely no chance.

They were pegged back however through Wanderson Maciel Sousa Campos in the 56th minute.

But Sevilla kept pushing, and in the fifth minute of injury-time, scored the winner through Munir El Haddadi.

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Munir El Haddadi netted in the fifth minute of injury-time to secure a 2-1 victory for Sevilla

The Sevilla star is mobbed by his jubilant team-mates following his last-gasp winner in Russia

The Sevilla star is mobbed by his jubilant team-mates following his last-gasp winner in Russia

Sevilla had earlier been pegged back in the 56th minute by Wanderson Maciel Sousa Campos

Sevilla had earlier been pegged back in the 56th minute by Wanderson Maciel Sousa Campos

Ivan Rakitic gave the LaLiga outfit the perfect start in the Champions League group stage clash

Ivan Rakitic gave the LaLiga outfit the perfect start in the Champions League group stage clash

The former Barcelona midfielder put Sevilla ahead inside just four minutes on Tuesday evening

The former Barcelona midfielder put Sevilla ahead inside just four minutes on Tuesday evening

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