Watch: Coke's brace puts Sevilla in driver's seat of Europa League final
Whatever Unai Emery said to Sevilla in the dressing room at the interval, it worked.
After Sevilla equalised only 17 seconds into the second half of the Europa League final, the Andalusian club then took the lead against Liverpool in the 64th minute, when Vitolo took out the Reds' midfield with a pair of one-twos, allowing Coke to launch a shot past Simon Mignolet from 20 yards out.
Coke wasn't done there, however.
Only six minutes later, Coke put Sevilla ahead 3-1 when Philippe Coutinho deflected the ball to the Spaniard, who was otherwise in an offside position.
Nearly three years have passed since Coke last scored twice in one fixture.