On Thursday evening, Seville sealed their place in the last 32 of the UEFA Europa League with a 5-2 away win against F91 Dudelange at the Stade Josy Barthel in Luxembourg-ville.
The home side started slowly and were 4-0 down at half-time, thanks to two goals apiece from Dabbur (17, 36 mins) and Munir (27, 33 mins). Overall, Seville showed their superiority with 69% possession and 20 attempts on goal, compared to just 9 from the home side.
With the match at its three-quarters stage, Seville scored another courtesy of Munir's hat-trick to go 5-0 ahead on the evening - he has now scored 5 goals in 4 games in this competition. However, Dudelange were not out and came back with two goals in the last quarter, with 22 year-old Sinani scoring in the 69th and 80th minutes to leave the score 2-5 on the evening - these are the first goals Seville have conceded in the UEFA Europa League this season.
With 4 of the 6 games now played in the group, Seville have 12 points, with both Apoel and Quarabag on 4 points, and Dudelange on 3 points thanks to their opening away win in Cyprus.
F91 Dudelange's next game in Group A is at home to Apoel (Cyprus) on 28 November; yesterday, Apoel defeated Quarabag 2-1 in Cyprus.