Sevilla's players celebrate with the trophy after winning the UEFA Europa League final football match between Liverpool FC and Sevilla FC at the St Jakob-Park stadium in Basel, on May 18, 2016. AFP PHOTO / PAUL ELLIS
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Sevilla's Coke broke Liverpool hearts with a second-half brace in a controversy-filled 3-1 victory that secured a record third consecutive Europa League title Wednesday.Jurgen Klopp's men failed to build on Daniel Sturridge's superb 35th-minute opener, and when Kevin Gameiro found Liverpool asleep to level seconds after the restart, it opened the floodgates.Liverpool's heads went down and, as they began to sit back, Coke struck in six second-half minutes to give Unai Emery's men a 3-1 lead by the 70th minute.Liverpool's confidence sunk and Coke got his first after a great combination with Banega, who dribbled through the Reds defense before seeing Coke ram the ball past Mignolet from 20 yards.
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