Could not be made responsible for either of Atleti's goals, as the shot-stopper was defeated by two world-class finishes.
An impressive performance from the young full-back, who got forward well and set up Navas' strike with a great low cross.
Failed to keep hold of Costa as he was turned for the first goal, and was equally poorly placed for the second. A night to forget.
A quiet game for the wide man, who broke forward on occasion but struggled to drag his side out of an impossible situation.
Was rather lucky not to cost his side a third goal when his tackle put Costa clean through. Struggled with the mobility of Atleti's attacking duo.
Did not make enough impact in midfield, sitting back as Sevilla's attack was too often messy and direct. Earned Sevilla's second red late on.
As busy and brutal in the middle of the park as ever, his tackling ensuring that Tiago's match would end early. Squandered a great chance to keep Sevilla in the match at 1-0.
Always busy and a presence on the ball for Sevilla, arrived well late into the area, but wasted more than a few set-pieces too.
One of the best in the home line-up, tirelessly worked to break down Atletico's defence and was rewarded with a great effort.
Needed to show more from set-pieces, as Atletico were let off the hook at corners and free kicks. Will be disappointed with a subdued display.
Far too anonymous throughout the game, needed to impose himself up front but ended fading into the shadows. More involved after half time, but did not take chances.
Given 20 minutes at the end, his most notable contribution almost ripping the shirt off Costa's back by the corner flag.
Entered for Reyes at half time, and had one excellent chance that went straight at the keeper.
Came up with a couple of excellent saves to ensure that his team would hold on to make the final.
Struggled to track Navas as the forward stole the show for the hosts, but did his best to keep the left-hand side quiet.
Surprisingly given an uncomfortable time by the rookie Moreno, stretched out wide and out of position for Sevilla's solitary goal.
Looked comfortable at the back for the vast majority of the match, although as Sevilla pressed harder towards the end a few cracks began to appear.
A typically rustic, no-nonsense display from 'Cata'. Almost conceded a penalty with a brutal hit early in the second half, but never shied away from confrontation.
A solid stint from the midfielder, who ran tirelessly harassing Sevilla before being sacrificed in the second half.
Was somewhat overwhelmed by the biting presence of 'Pitbull' Medel opposite, taking his fair share of hits before breathing easier when the Chilean left early.
Started brightly, combining well with Falcao and Costa up front, but was guilty of losing possession on occasion and was eventually subbed.
Saw his game ended in the first half, failing to recover from a strong tackle by Medel.
The Brazilian simply cannot do anything wrong in the Copa del Rey. Went top scorer with his seventh of the competition, and also set up Falcao expertly.
It was not the Santa Marta native's most explosive game, but he came up when needed to start and finish a fantastic move, putting the game out of reach.
Had few chances to show his talent off the bench as Atletico retreated into their own half at the end.
A late change for the Colchoneros as they sought to see the game off.
Thrown into the action early thanks to Tiago's injury, and held his own.
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