Sevilla confirmed being Europa Kings as they beat Inter Milan 3-2 in Cologne to claim their sixth Europa title.
The thriller started when Sevilla defender Diego Carlos fouled Romelu Lukaku for an Inter penalty – and ended when Lukaku deflected Carlos’ bicycle kick into his own net
Sevilla have now won the title in all the times they have reached the finals.
The victory also means Inter Milan’s wait for a trophy will tick over into a 10th year at least.
And Conte’s dream of winning a European title will also have to wait again for another final.
Both sides looked equal, but it was the Spanish side who were more superior with goals.
It was the first trophy won by Sevilla boss Julen Lopetegui, whose side are unbeaten since February, a run of 21 games.
“This is a magnificent club,” said the former Spain and Real Madrid boss. “I hope all the fans can celebrate it but with caution.
“This squad are great. They believe in it, what they work on and what they transmit. Even if we hadn’t won I’d still love these guys, but today we take home the prize. We always believed.”
The last time an Italian side won the Europa title was in 1999 when Parma became champion.