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Ramos revels in goal spree

Sevilla FC coach Juande Ramos was delighted his side had finally "found the way to score" as they ended a run of four straight defeats by beating SK Slavia Praha.

Arouna Koné celebrates his goal with Frédéric Kanouté and Adriano
Arouna Koné celebrates his goal with Frédéric Kanouté and Adriano ©Getty Images

Sevilla FC coach Juande Ramos refused to rule SK Slavia Praha and FC Steaua Bucureşti out of the running for qualification from Group H, despite watching his side convincingly defeat the Czech Republic 4-2 side on Tuesday. Juande Ramos was also delighted that his side finally found their touch in front of goal. Karel Jarolím bemoaned his team's defensive display, but was not surprised to be on the end of a backlash from the Spanish side after their recent indifferent form.

Juande Ramos, Sevilla coach
Qualification isn't clear. There are four teams in the group and Slavia and Steaua will fight. It's true Steaua will have more difficulties to progress because they have only one point but our match against Steaua won't be easy because mathematically they could still progress to the next round. I'm very happy with the three points, which are very important for our progress. The result was different from our recent ones but we played exactly the same tactics as always. The only difference was that Sevilla found the way to score. It rained a lot and the weather was stormy - that explains why the stadium was not full.

Karel Jarolím, Slavia coach
Sevilla showed their true class and ability. Luis Fabiano and Frédéric Kanouté played very well. I knew what to expect after Sevilla had lost four consecutive matches. Our defence was very nervous and we gave away three goals. We wanted to attack more than in the first half but we made errors at the back. We finished the game better than in the first half. At least we scored a second goal here at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán because we made mistakes at the beginning of the second half.