Dmitrovic got hit by football fan
The scenes marred the end of a fantastic round of 32 clash between the two teams.
The Spanish side took a 3-0 lead going into the game and looked all set to be heading to the next stage of the competition.
They were still sitting pretty with 13 minutes to go, before Luuk de Jong scored in the 77th minute.
Things then got interesting when Fabio Silva pulled another one back for the Dutch side deep into added time, needing one more to take things to extra-time.
PSV did not have enough time to that all important third goal, with Sevilla booking their place in the last-16.
Liverpool forward Cody Gakpo also made an appearance at the game as he said farewell to the PSV fans following his January move, just two days after his side were mauled 5-2 by Real Madrid at Anfield.
Sevilla goalkeeper Marko Dmitrovic was attacked by a pitch invader as PSV Eindhoven beat their Spanish opponents on the night but lost 3-2 on aggregate.
Trailing 3-0 from the Europa League knockout round play-off first leg, PSV scored two late goals through Luuk de Jong and Fabio Silva.
But Ruud van Nistelrooy’s side could not find a crucial third goal.
Dmitrovic, 31, was approached by a fan who swung a punch before being wrestled to the ground by the Serbian keeper.
The pitch invader was eventually led away by stewards after the incident in the closing stages of the match.
Dmitrovic, whose former clubs include Charlton Athletic, was able to carry on as his side sealed a place in the last 16.
“It’s never nice to see this in football. It shouldn’t happen and, from now on, I hope these things are well punished.
“He came and pushed me from behind. He was probably angry about the result. He tried to hit me and I managed to grab him and wait for security to arrive.”
Sevilla boss Jorge Sampaoli added: “It is incredibly sad that this has happened. I find it worrying – this type of thing needs to stop.”
‘He wanted to hurt me, it’s a shame that something like this happens in football field. UEFA must intervene.’
The intruding fan stunningly threw a punch at the Sevilla goalkeeper, but Dmitrovic managed to wrestle him to the ground.
The 31-year-old was then able to pin the hooligan down and keep him there until other players arrived to help with the situation.
The incident happened late in the Europa League match at the PSV Stadium in Eindhoven on Thursday and goalkeeper Marko Dmitrovic carried on playing, apparently unhurt. After being hit, Dmitrovic subdued the fan, who was quickly surrounded by players from both teams and then led away as many supporters in the stadium booed.
The Serbian goalkeeper was a late inclusion in Sevilla’s starting lineup after Yassine Bounou felt ill before the match. PSV won the second-leg match 2-0 but was eliminated 3-2 on aggregate and now likely awaits punishment from UEFA for the fan’s actions.
Stewards and security staff then arrived on the scene to lead the fan away from the pitch.
Following the game, Sampaoli was understandably not happy at all with what had gone on.
‘What happened today seems very serious to me,’ he later added to reporters.
‘I don’t know the type of sanction I should have taken, because it should have been more severe. It is incredibly sad that this has happened. I find it worrying; this type of thing needs to stop.
‘We need to work together to ensure it does. This cannot happen again in the future.’