Could have done nothing to prevent either goal and was let down by his defenders.
Was careless at times with the ball at his feet and ran the risk of giving the ball away more often than not.
Made some promising bursts down the left flank and almost got on the scoresheet after one such run where he hit the post.
Attempted to get beyond Vitolo on the overlap but was given the runaround by Baptistao at times.
Failed to track the run of Baptistao to the front post which allowed the Brazilian to drift in unopposed to score the opener.
Looked off the pace fro the beginning of the match and failed to assert any kind of authority in the midfield.
Pulled the strings from his position just in front of the striker and would have got an assist or two if his team-mates could finish.
Nearly put the ball in the back of the net but flicked his chance over Adan into the side-netting after a wonderful pass from Reyes.
Was involved in an entertaining feud with N'Diaye all night but came out second best against the Senagalese, who bullied the Sevilla midfield. Possession on the ball was slightly rushed, which needlessly resulted in surrendered possession.
José Antonio Reyes
Was fairly laid back in his approach to the game and his lack of urgency cost him, especially when he failed to convert whilst through on goal.
Should have netted a hat-trick in the second half but was continually denied by the in-form Adan.
His team-mates will have him to thank for the win as he put in a fantastic performance between the sticks and made important saves at important times.
Put in a fantastic block in the first half as he denied Bacca's powerful strike from inside the box. Dominated the Sevilla striker aerially.
Almost had a horror first 10 seconds as he allowed Bacca to get beyond him, but luckily for him the Colombian missed his chance.
Was slightly guilty of playing narrow which allowed Reyes plenty of space to affect the play on the left.
Provided a terrific outlet down the right-hand side as he was always available for a pass on the wing, and gained an assist for the first goal.
Kept Vitolo at bay in the first half and didn't allow the winger any time on the ball whatsoever to turn and run.
Ran himself into the ground and set the tone for the Betis performance with the tempo of his pressing and passing in the opening stages.
Seemed up for the fight since the word go and started getting stuck in right away.
Talked himself into a yellow card by demanding another player get booked, but on the football side was a danger.
Attempted to hold the ball up and introduce other players into the match and did so on a few occasions but not enough.
Scored the opening goal of the match with a bullet header at the front post and caused real problems with his pace in he channels.
Would have been asked to show more attacking ambition at right-back, but didn't fair better than his predecessor.
Picked out a few nice crosses but didn't make too much of an impact.
Stabbed a shot wide of the mark from inside the box and squandered a glorious opportunity as he headed over from a yard out.