Gonzalo Montiel’s decisive penalty kick in the Europa League final on Wednesday gave Sevilla a seventh title in the competition at the cost of Jose Mourinho’s Roma, five months after he scored the go-ahead penalty in the World Cup final.

After the game ended 1-1 after extra time in Budapest, where Mourinho was attempting to keep his record of never losing a final in a European competition, the Argentina international’s penalty gave Sevilla a 4-1 victory in the shootout.

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Following Wednesday night’s 4-1 defeat to Sevilla in the Europa League final, Roma manager Jose Mourinho threw his runners-up medal into the crowd.

Mourinho had previously won all five of the previous European finals in which his teams had competed.

In the first half, Paulo Dybala gave the Serie A team the lead. It was Dybala’s fifth goal of the Europa League campaign. Gianluca Mancini sent a through ball for Dybala who netted past Sevilla goalkeeper Yassine Bounou with a left-footed low shot. The Argentina forward had recovered from an ankle injury right in time to be declared fit for the final.

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Sevilla equalized through Gianluca Mancini’s own-goal 10 minutes into the second half when he was under pressure from Youssef En-Nesyri. Captain Jesús Navas set up the goal with a cross from the right.

Prior to Gianluca Mancini’s own goal tying the score, Ivan Rakitic struck the post. Since there were no goals in extra time, penalties were required to determine the winner.

Roma’s Mancini and Ibanez missed, while Sevilla’s kicks were all successful as they won the Europa League trophy for the seventh time.

The team of Jose Luis Mendilibar is now automatically qualified for the Champions League in the next season.