Taken off with just over a quarter of an hour with a hamstring injury.
Most of Valencia's good fortune in the first half came down his side of the pitch, and his marking was lax for the goal.
Offered his side solid defence and a positive attitude going forward, though his end product was sporadic.
Solid at the back, not often allowing Valencia a route forward.
He was generally sound, though Rodrigo's pace and movement fooled him twice.
Popped up at the right time to slot home his side's only goal of the game with his second bite of the cherry.
Only effective in certain moments but he did showcase good creativity in those instances.
His elusive nature on the flanks helped his side orchestrate a few of their better attacks.
Patrolled the midfield effectively, though he began to tire as Valencia upped the pressure in central areas.
A leader of men out on the pitch. Won every tackle, made his presence felt and kept the forces of los Che at bay.
His speed off the mark and timing was key in fashioning the opener for his side and was their best outlet throughout.
Generally sound in goal though he wasn't often tested by Sevilla.
Did not have the toughest evening as his side were on top for long spells.
Allowed Bacca to slip goalside of him to set the events of the opener in motion.
Though he offered plenty of attacking intent, he could have focused more on the other side of his responsibilities.
Nothing special in the middle of the park, but hard to find an obvious flaw in his game tonight.
His overlapping on the left hand side helped to force Valencia's eventual leveler.
His best moments came when he drifted from a central position to affect play on the flanks.
Helped to break up a good number of attacks, though his antics got him booked for persistent fouling.
Hardly involved, save for a snatched shot that ruined a good pass from Feghouli.
Struck both posts with an unlucky early effort and was the most determined Valencia attacker to make something happen.
His pace should have had an impact similar to Bacca, but he was on the fringes of the game for most of his time on the field.