Sevilla survived a first-half battering before hitting back with three second-half goals, two from Coke, to beat Liverpool 3-1 in the Europa League final in Basel, Switzerland, on Wednesday and win the trophy for the third season in a row.
Liverpool dominated the early stages and went ahead through an exquisite goal by England striker Daniel Sturridge, who nonchalantly curled an inswinging shot inside the far post with the outside of his left foot.
Sevilla clung on until halftime and hit back dramatically when Kevin Gameiro turned in Mariano Perreira's cross less than one minute after the re-start.
Coke fired Sevilla ahead and added a controversial third after the linesman initially raised his flag for offside, only for referee Jonas Eriksson to award the goal following a lengthy consultation.
"This is our competition. We did an amazing second half. I am so proud of our teammates, the supporters. It was an amazing night," Sevilla defender Daniel Carrico said after his team secured a place in next season's Champions League.
"Liverpool were really good in the first half. The manager said we had to change our game, to believe. We did what he said. In the second half Liverpool didn't have any chances," he added.
Sturridge seemed to have set up a Liverpool win when he gave them a 35th-minute lead with a strike which was reminiscent of Brazilian Ronaldinho at his best.
The goal inspired a superb spell from the Premier League team and they should have scored a second when Nathaniel Clyne fired a low cross across the face of the goal but nobody made contact.