Tottenham have found themselves being mocked in Spain after Sevilla secured their place in the Europa League final, thanks to Erik Lamela and Bryan Gil.

AS cover Sevilla’s latest success today after they beat Juventus to make it to yet another European final this week.

According to the newspaper, that game was being watched by Tottenham’s directors ‘with their mouths hanging open’ and ‘bursting with envy and indignation’ at an all time high because Sevilla’s qualification cost them €25m.

The accounting on that front is simple, Sevilla sold Bryan Gil to Tottenham two years ago for €25m plus Lamela, but it hasn’t worked out for Gil, who headed back to his former club on loan in the January transfer window.

He’s played 20 games since then, scoring two and providing three assists. Lamela, meanwhile, has seven goals this season, making him the joint second top goalscorer in the team.

Tottenham, meanwhile, are seventh in the Premier League, seemingly unlikely to qualify for Europe and on something of a downward trajectory at this point.

Thus, watching two players, one they still own and one they gave away for nothing, shining for another club and sending them to a European final must have hurt. Not that AS care, with them very much mocking a transfer deal that hasn’t worked out well for Tottenham.