Sevilla claimed their third European title in nine seasons after defeating Benfica 4-2 on penalties after a 0-0 draw in normal and extra time. While the Andalusians were successful in all of their spot-kicks, Oscar Cardozo and Rodrigo both missed their penalties to see their side miss out in each of their last eight European final. Rodrigo’s miss may have a huge impact on a potential summer move after stocks dropped in the third-party organisation which owns the economic rights of the former Real Madrid and Bolton Wanderers striker. The deal was agreed in February whereby the company owned by Singaporean billionaire Peter Lim paid ˆ30million (24.5million) plus a further ˆ10million (8.2million) in variables for Rodrigo’s rights. Therefore, Lim’s chances of selling his client for a bumper fee in the summer could well have taken a significant blow.