Instrumental in stopping any potential Sevilla ascendancy as he continually came off his line to take pressure off the defence. Denied Reyes with a point-blank save but could have come out for Mbia's header.
Organised the defence pretty well throughout the match but was pretty rash in some of his challenges and was very lucky not to be punished when he tripped up Rakitic after the Croatian burst into the box.
Was a thorn in the side of Sevilla all evening as he got up and down the right-hand side, swinging crosses into the box. Earned a few free kick chances for his side.
Was dominant aerially and didn't allow Bacca to collect the ball into his chest and turn. Scored the third Valencia goal with a predatory finish but lost Mbia for the winner.
Seemed like a man on the mission in the first half as he took the game to Sevilla through penetrating runs and incisive passing. Opened the scoring 14 minutes in when he cleverly shifted the ball onto his left foot before sending a deflected strike past Beto.
Asserted his authority early on and ran the midfield from his position just in front of the defence. Constantly put out fires in the middle of the park and stopped potential Sevilla counterattacks with well-timed interceptions. Passing was short and accurate.
Set the intensity bar as high as possible in the opening stages and Sevilla couldn't handle him. Set-piece delivery was slightly hot and cold but when on form he caused real problems with his free kicks.
A constant threat on the overlap from left-back. Set up Jonas's header with a wonderful whipped cross into the centre of the box.
Was deployed as the centre-forward at the start of the match but typically drifted in and around the final third, pulling defenders out of position. Set up the opening goal with a lovely returned one-two into the box for Feghouli.
Struggled for cohesion with the rest of the front four. Was often stretching for balls and didn't really adapt to the tempo, but his pace was an asset offensively and defensively.
Started off on the left-hand side but drifted inside as an extra attacker, which meant he was allowed to enjoy too much freedom in central areas. Threaded some decent passes in between defenders and scored the second with a bullet header past Beto.
Was unlucky to concede an own goal in the first half when Jonas's header cannoned off the bar then off his own back. Pulled off a couple of great saves, in particular a block from an excellent Feghouli strike.
Was basically rooted to the spot at left-back and seemed very reluctant to go forward down the touchline. When he did go forward on the rare occasion, his delivery into the box was poor.
Struggled in the opening stages as his positioning was all over the place at times. Made a real hash of a couple of attempted clearances.
Ran up and down the right wing all night and was a danger on the overlap past Reyes, whom he formed a decent cohesion with. Pace was important when retreating back but did allow himself to be bettered by Jonas when the Brazilian was cutting inside.
Was a shell of the player seen in the first leg, unassured at the back and regularly gave the ball away as he attempted to disribute from deep. Was not as potent from set-pieces as usual but did provide the flick-on for Mbia's winner.
Guilty of wasting possession when Sevilla were under the cosh, which meant he was inviting needless pressure back on to his team-mates in defence. Didn't provide a good enough screen for the back four.
Failed to stamp his authority on proceedings and looked lost at times in the middle of the park. Broke down counterattacks with his use of the ball, but his match will be remembered for the goal to send Sevilla through.
Pulled out the time-wasting tactics a little too early as he was down clutching his face after a nothing challenge 25 minutes in. Didn't show any of the industry or intensity that was present in the first leg, and was eventually substituted.
An unusually quiet match for the Croatian. His performance was hampered by the fact that Sevilla didn't see as much of the ball, which meant he spent too much time in defensive, deeper areas.
José Antonio Reyes
Should have won the match for Sevilla much earlier than the 94th minute as he drifted in totally unmarked at the back post, only send a strike straight at the diving Alves. Showed a couple of nice touches on the ball, but didn't provide much creativity or width.
Nearly pulled off a terrific assist when he cleverly back-heeled the ball to Reyes only for his team-mate to miss. This was his only real moment of quality, and he was eventually substituted as Sevilla chased the game.