Group D in the Champions League was thought to be the group of death. Not only did it boast a team from each of Europe's top four leagues, but tacticians who understood the game and what their players needed in order to ensure success. Or so we thought.
On Wednesday night, Juventus, European runners-up, host Europa League winners, Sevilla, and what was meant to be a scintillating game. Now, it is nothing more than a match between two sides suffering with the pressure of expectations. The Andalusian side, who demonstrated confidence and unity last season, drew praise from the continent for their ability to rotate with ease while maintaining success.
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