Sevilla dreams of doing great things in this Champions League and tonight (starting at 9:00 p.m.) they will face Borussia Dortmund at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán with the intention of showing that they are one of the best competitors in Europe. The people of Seville come to the match racked, chaining nine consecutive wins in which they have conceded only one goal, a month ago against Alavés. Since then, not even Barcelona has managed to pierce Bono's goal, escorted by Diego Carlos and Koundé, one of the best center-back couples on the continent. That defensive wall, completed by Fernando, is the biggest argument of those of Lopetegui, who trust that Papu Gómez will finish adapting to the team so that he can make the leap in quality to the Sevilla attack. Without Ocampos, injured, the former Atalanta will be in charge of nurturing a lethal En Nesyri this season, the team's top scorer in the League (13) and Champions League (4).
But if we talk about strikers, the Dortmund striker Erling Haaland deserves a separate chapter. The Norwegian has 23 goals in 23 Champions League games since he made his debut last season at Red Bull Salzburg, before heading to Germany. His presence is the biggest threat from Terzic, the manager who replaced Favre when he was laid off in December. The new coach has not managed to improve the bad run of results of his, sixth in the Bundesliga, outside the Champions positions. His challenge will be to take advantage of all his offensive talent to try to crack the Sevilla wall. Follow the minute by minute of the match live: