Sevilla won 3-2 at home against Krasnodar despite Jesus Navas being sent off.
A free kick from Shapi Suleymanov in the 17th minute and a Marcus Berg penalty four minutes later got the Russians off to a dream start but Sevilla hit back through Ivan Rakitic before the break.
They quickly endured another setback though when Navas was shown a straight red card right at the end of the first half for a reckless foul on Kristoffer Olsson, but Julen Lopetegui's side came out fighting in the second period.
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Rakitic hit the crossbar then Youssef En-Nesyri levelled in the 69th minute after pouncing on a gift from Krasnodar defender Kaio.
The Moroccan striker grabbed another goal moments later to complete an extraordinary comeback from the Europa League holders.
The victory kept Sevilla second in Group E and took them on to seven points, level with leaders Chelsea and six ahead of Krasnodar and Stade Rennais.
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