Spanish team Sevilla won the UEFA Europa League title after beating Ukrainian club Dnipro 3-2 in the final at National Stadium Warsaw in Poland on Wednesday.
Dnipro scored an early goal as Croatian striker Nikola Kalinic found the net with a header after 7 minutes, 1-0.
In 28th minute Sevilla equalised when Polish midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak scored from within the penalty box, 1-1.
Three minutes later Sevilla made a comeback when Colombian striker Carlos Bacca finished after receiving a deadly through ball, 1-2. However Dnipro's Ruslan Rotan hit the target from free-kick in 44th minute, 2-2.
Bacca made it three after 73 minutes of the match. Dnipro defence failed to remove the danger, Sevilla striker Bacca finished in one on one, 3-2.
The 2006, 2007 and 2014 champions Sevilla won the Europa League title once again thus they are now the most time winners of the Europa League.
Four-time Europa League winner Sevilla has also automatically qualified for the 2015-16 UEFA Champions League.