Denied Bacca a few times in the first half and pulled off a fantastic double save against the Colombian and Gameiro in extra time to save his side.
Didn't hit the heights of the first leg and failed to get beyond Alberto Moreno to get crosses into the box. Fared much better when moved back into his usual position on the right of defence.
Didn't have any trouble whatsoever with Marin but struggled to match the overlapping runs of Alberto Moreno down the left. Forced inside after the injury to Perquis, where he made some decent blocks on shots.
Was forced to organise the defence in the absence of the Betis captain and did so admirably. Made some very important interceptions inside the box and ushered the ball out for a goal kick whilst under pressure a few times.
His importance to the team was highlighted when his coach moved around three players just to get him back into midfield after a short period in defence. Shrugged players off the ball like they were nothing as he broke up the play.
Was guilty of affording Reyes too much space on the left wing, and allowed the Sevilla man to drift inside unopposed to score the opening goal of the match. Was decent going forward ,though, and hit the byline on the overlap.
Was involved in an entertaining duel down the left wing against Diogo and got the better of the defender with his lightning pace a few times. Final ball wasn't up to scratch, though.
Has a decent locker full of passes and put them on display on the occasions he had possession. Pulled off some impressive diagonals over the top of the defence for his wingers. Put in a brilliant shift.
Was Betis' most likely threat on goal in the first period despite his only real attempt being a speculative header. Made his presence felt in the Sevilla box but as the game went on his effectiveness wained.
Found himself in the right place at the right time for a number of goalscoring chances but most attempts were squandered. However, he did test Adan with a good half-volley and made space for himself with excellent runs in behind.
Wasn't called into action on too many occasions but when he did he was solid. Moment of the match came when he denied a powerful Leo Baptistao volley from the right-hand side.
Much like the first leg, was a major threat from set-pieces and often rose highest inside the box but couldn't manage to test the keeper with a header. Aerial authority continued in his own box, as he dominantly cleared the ball.
Was arguably lucky to escape giving away a penalty kick when the ball struck his hand. However, showed superb ambition down the right wing and linked up well with Reyes.
Was involved in most of Sevilla's more productive play and acted as an extra winger rather than a full-back. A major threat on the overlap, he got beyond the Betis defence continually and set up both goals in normal time with excellent crosses into the box.
Failed to spot the runs in behind of Baptistao and regularly allowed the Brazilian to drift in unopposed into goalscoring positions. Distribution at the back was decent, though.
Showed glimpses of what he can do with neat little touches in tight areas, but none of these areas posed much of a threat to the Betis goal. Never really looked like getting past Amaya or Juanfran and spent all evening cutting inside for a short pass.
Should have been sent off for what was a horrible challenge on Lolo Reyes, from which the Betis man was lucky to escape unscathed. Didn't look particularly comfortable on the ball and was replaced in the second half as Sevilla chased the winner.
Typically looked like the man most likely to provide a spark of creativity in central areas but his game was hurt slightly due to being deployed in a deeper position. Still managed to continuously pick out incisive passes, though.
José Antonio Reyes
From the get-go looked much more up for the second leg than he was in the first. Opened the scoring in the first half with a wonderfully composed finish into the corner, but his game was cut short just after the break due to injury.
Attempted to put himself about up top and make a nuisance of himself against the defenders, which he managed to do through his pace and strength. Made some poor decisions in the final third but made up for it with the second goal, which he fired home from 10 yards.
Linked up pretty well with the other attackers but unfortunately for him all the action came too far away from goal. Should have scored in extra time when he found himself one-one-one with Adan, but hit his attempt too close to the keeper.
Wasted a number of set-pieces after coming on and tried his luck with a few long range attempts that never looked like troubling Beto.
Slotted in well and midfield and was neat on the ball in the middle. But when he got into advanced positions more often than not he got a rush of blood to the head and lost the ball or had an ill-advised shot.
Gave Betis a physical presence up top and his fresh legs proved an asset.