Victor Moses was in action for Inter Milan but could not help them avoid defeat, as they lost 3-2 to Sevilla in the Europa League final in Cologne on Friday night, Completesports.com reports.
Sevilla stretched their record in the Europa League after clinching their sixth title, the most by any club in the competition history.
In the fifth minute Inter took the lead through Romelu Lukaku from the penalty spot after he was brought down clumsily by Diego Carlos.
It was Lukaku’s 34th goal of the season (equal to Ronaldo in 1997-98) and his 11th consecutive Europa League game on target.
Sevilla fought back and were rewarded on 12 minutes thanks to Luuk De Jong who scored with a diving header at the near post off a Jesus Navas’ cross.
De Jong becomes the first Dutchman to score in UEFA Cup/Europa League final since Pierre Van Hooijdonk in 2002
In the 33rd minute Sevilla went 2-1 as De Jong was on target again from…
Source: Complete Sports