Sevilla goes to Copenhagen this Wednesday, on the second day of Group G of the Champions League, with the obligation to ratify its outbidding after a rotten start to the course and to raise the bar in the European tournament, especially after the 0- 4 of the first. against Manchester City, against a rival at off-peak times, but who generally grow at home.

Julen Lopetegui’s side, questioned by the poor performance offered at the start of La Liga Santander following a drop already seen in the second round of last season, despite finishing fourth, must give another blow to the table, now in Europe. , to dispel doubts and confirm their incipient reaction with their triumph last Saturday, not without suffering, against Espanyol (2-3).

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