Sevilla Coach Unai Emery has described his side’s Europa League semi-final victory as ‘unique.’
The Rojiblancos, having thrown away a 2-0 first leg lead, appeared to be going out against Valencia until a 94th minute goal by Stephane Mbia sent them through on away goals.
“Going through like this is unique,” Emery reflected after the full time whistle. “Today our heart was the only thing that got us through the difficulties we had in this match.
“The way I celebrated the goal was natural, that’s how it came out.
“I don’t care about who we play in the final. We just need to enjoy the occasion. It will be a very beautiful match.
“I wish Valencia lots of luck from here moving forward. They did very well and really participated in the match.
“I can’t put myself in the position of the Valencia players. Explaining what happened is very difficult.
“We first entered this competition on 1st August. We have lived for it and we have shown it so much enthusiasm.
“I am happy for my technical staff because they work hard and it was because of their work on the fine details that Fazio was able to win that final header.”