Yeah I don't remember that either. Maybe the organizers had that cup final in mind, though another two games were played today. Still it's very tough when participating in several competitions. Between the most recent Premier League fixture and the League Cup final, Southampton have no matches at all. Manchester United had to play three. Sevilla's coach seems to have a lot to do with it. He had great success with Chile in the previous two years, both style and results wise. No wonder there are speculations that Barcelona want him as Enrique's replacement, that guy is highly unlikely to keep his job. Yep, Sevilla should have won by a bigger margin, some great chances missed.