Bacca warns Sevilla after Valencia victory: Second leg will be a final

The Colombian scored the second in the Rojiblancos' 2-0 win over Los Che at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan but he is expecting a stern test at Mestalla next week

Sevilla striker Carlos Bacca has told his team-mates to expect a "final" when they travel to Valencia for the second leg of their Europa League last-four showdown.

The Andalusians defeat Los Che 2-0 at the Ramos Sanchez Pizjuan on Thursday night, with the Colombian scoring his side's second goal minutes after Stephane Mbia's opener.

However, Bacca is certain that Sevilla still have plenty of work to do when the two teams meet again at Mestalla in a week's time.

"We had a good game against a great opponent like Valencia," he is quoted as saying by AS.

"Despite the result, it won't be easy there. One of the most important things is that we kept a clean sheet. We could have scored a third but they were also good.

"The game at Valencia will be like the one today: a good game where both teams want to play."

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