Sevilla will be looking to cap off a magnificent week in style with their second trophy in five days when they take on Barcelona in the Copa Del Rey final on Sunday. Sevilla secured their third consecutive Europa League on Wednesday with their 3-1 victory over Liverpool and will be looking to cap off an amazing week with a win over Luis Enrique’s side.
They have had an easy passage into the final conceding two goals in eight games and manager Unai Emery will be hoping for something similar at Vicente Calderon.
With that in mind here is a look back at how Sevilla have reached the Copa Del Rey final.
Logrones - Round of 32 (0-3 & 2-0)
Sevilla started their road to the last two in style when they pulled off a convincing victory over Logrones with goals from Andujar Coke and Michael Krohn-Dehli in the first period followed by a second period effort from Ciro Immobile gave them a convincing 3-0 victory.
Despite the tie with Carlos Pouso's side been all but over, Sevilla pulled out another convincing performance in the second leg and the match was all but over in the first 40 minutes with goals from Immobile and Jose Antonio Reyes giving them a 5-0 victory on aggregate.
Real Betis - Round of 16 (0-2 & 4-0)
Many thought that they would face a much tougher test in the last 16 when they took La Liga rivals Real Betis but that didn't prove to be the case as they produced two excellent performances against Pepe Mel's side.
They produced two goals in the first leg at the Estadio Benito Villamarin with strikes from Krohn-Dehli and Grzegorz Krychowiak managed to up the ante at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan with goals from Reyes, Adil Rami, Kevin Gameiro and Gaël Kakuta secured another solid victory.
Mirandes - Quarter-final (2-0 & 0-3)
Sevilla managed to breeze through to the final four when they took Mirandes who proved to be a more worthy foe than those before them.
A first-half strike from Steven N'Zonzi and a very late strike from Vitolo gave Emery's side gave them a good victory at home and followed that up at the Estadio Municipal de Anduva with a early penalty from Vicente Iborra and strikes from Juan Munoz Munoz and Coke saw them set up a tie with Celta Vigo.
Celta Vigo - Semi-final (4-0 & 2-2)
Vigo proved to be the toughest test for Sevilla and the only ones to score a goal against Emery's side but Sevilla still managed to power through and set up a tie with Enrique's side.
The tie looked to be all but over as Sevilla recorded a 4-0 victory in the first leg with goals from Rami ,Krohn-Delhi and a brace from Gameiro. They were given a tougher test in the second leg with a Iago Aspas brace giving Vigo a convincing lead but goals from Éver Banega and Yevhen Konoplyanka ensured they remained unbeaten going into Sunday's clash.
Sevilla will take on Barcelona in the Copa Del Rey final at the Vicente Calderon on Sunday, May 22 with kick-off at 8:30pm BST.