Fernando Llorente scores twice to help Sevilla cruise past Molde
Fernando Llorente's brace helped reigning Europa League champions Sevilla romp to an impressive 3-0 win against Molde in the first leg of this last-32 tie.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men arrived in Spain as underdogs and Unai Emery's men took a deserved lead after 35 minutes, when Spain striker Llorente slotted home.
The 30-year-old doubled the hosts' advantage four minutes into the second half, rifling home after collecting a lovely dinked pass from Coke.
Victory -- and most likely a place in the last-16 -- was wrapped up in the 72nd minute as Kevin Gameiro drove home from a Vitolo pass.