Raul Jimenez missed penalty for Wolves.
Servilla versus Man United in semi on Sunday.
A fantastic header by Lucas Ocampos two minutes to the end of the quarterfinal encounter between Sevilla of Spain and Wolves of England ended the dream of a final appearance for the English team.
Raul Jimenez had a bad day taking a penalty for Wolves and missed for the second time this season as he shot straight into the hands of the goalkeeper.
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· Lucas Ocampos scored an 88th minute winner with a fantastic glancing header
· Sevilla dominated possession for most of the match as Wolves defended well
· Wolves striker Raul Jimenez had his first-half penalty saved by Sevilla's Bono The
· LaLiga side will now face Manchester United in the semi-final stages
When Wolves fans gather in years to come and talk of missed opportunities, Duisburg 2020 will surely figure near the top of the list.
This was where Raul Jimenez, one of the best forwards in the business, for once lost his nerve from the penalty spot, missing for the first time for Wolves, and for only the second time in his career.
The kick had been awarded after a thrilling burst from Adama Traore was halted illegally inside the box, and would have given Wolves the perfect start to their 59th game of this extended season.
Yet Jimenez's shot was saved and with that chance went Wolves' dream of setting up a Europa League semi-final against Manchester United.
They may quibble about whether goalkeeper Bono gained an illegal edge by leaving his line, or whether Sevilla defenders had encroached into the area, but Jimenez knows it was a poor attempt.
Sevilla will meet Manchester United in the first semifinal on Sunday while Inter will lock horns with Shakter on Monday in the second semifinal.
The final is scheduled for Friday August 21.