Mourinho tries with the second consecutive final after the Conference League won a year ago. Dybala skilled and enlisted. In Budapest it starts at 9pm
After the victory in the Conference last season, 1-0 at Feyenoord with a goal from Zaniolo (May 27, 2022), Roma will try again this year in the Europa League. Tonight, Wednesday 31 May, the Giallorossi face Sevilla in Budapest. The match starts at 21: live free-to-air TV on Raiuno and Sky Sport, Sky Sport Uno, Sky Sport Football, Sky Sport 4k and streaming on Sky Go and Now TV.
Jos Mourinho's great doubt, but the more the hours go by and the more optimism grows, concerns Dybala, strongly wanted in Trigoria last summer
managing to convince him after a long courtship and after the former Juventus player had been seduced and abandoned by Inter, which depends on the return of Lukaku.
It's been a difficult few weeks for Dybala, in which there have been moments of discouragement, fear of not making it. Perhaps there was also a bit of pretactic on the part of the Special One regarding his condition, but the fact is that the Argentine can be enlisted for the super challenge in Budapest.
An Italian team has never won the Europa League/Uefa Cup (as it was called in the past) in the new millennium. The last triumph dates back to May 1999, when Parma managed to beat Marseille in the final. For Rome, however, it will not be easy.
Sevilla is a tough team. Which always goes wild in the Europa League: the Andalusians aim for the seventh trophy after the successes of 2006, 2007, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2020. The latter against Antonio Conte's Inter. Against Roma, the world champion left-back, Acua, will be missing, sent off in the excited final against Juventus and in the stands at the Puskas Arena together with Pape Gueye and Tecatito Corona, who are not listed. Telles should play on the left, but Jos Louis Mendilibar has not yet released the reserves.
May 31, 2023 (change May 31, 2023 | 06:56)
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