Sevilla president Jose Castro has appealed to followers to come back out in power when the membership host Liverpool within the Champions League on Nov. 21.
The Spanish outfit beat Spartak Moscow 2-1 on Wednesday with 38,002 spectators at their 42,714-capacity Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium.
Sevilla’s second win within the competitors this season has left them second in Group E, one level adrift of leaders Liverpool with two video games remaining.
The Andalusian membership host Liverpool, who gained Three-Zero at residence to Maribor on Wednesday, on Nov. 21 and finish the group stage at Maribor on Dec. 6. A win towards the Reds would see Sevilla by way of to the subsequent spherical with a recreation to spare.
“I hope we are able to obtain it towards Liverpool,” Castro informed his membership’s web site. “We have to have a full stadium and make it an enormous soccer social gathering with a view to add these three factors that we are going to want.”
Sevilla coach Eduardo Berizzo was stuffed with reward for his gamers after Wednesday’s win, with the membership bouncing again from their 5-1 defeat at Spartak Moscow a fortnight in the past with targets from Clement Lenglet and Ever Banega.
“Contemplating the rival, the competitors, I believe it was certainly one of our greatest video games of the season,” Berizzo informed his membership’s web site. “We performed a fantastic recreation towards a rival that performs superb soccer and is deadly on counterattacks. We nonetheless need to face Liverpool and Maribor. The victory towards Spartak permits us to rely on ourselves.”
Banega added on Sevilla’s web site: “Once you lose, you’re employed even more durable to maneuver ahead. Towards Spartak, we noticed the character this crew has and at no time did we lose our cool.”
Banega says Sevilla should now flip their consideration to the La Liga recreation at Barcelona on Saturday. Sevilla, fifth within the desk and 9 factors adrift of leaders Barca, have misplaced their final two video games away from residence within the league.
“We’re calm, we have to go step-by-step,” Banega stated. “Now we’re taking part in towards Barca and we can not look additional forward.”
Adriana Garcia is a Valencia-based soccer author who covers La Liga for ESPN FC.