Sevilla Books Europa Final Ticket After Beating Manchester United
Sevilla wrecked Manchester United’s hopes of ending the season with at least a trophy as they knocked out the English team, the Spanish came from one goal down to beat Manchester United 2-1. It was a hard-fight which later ended in favour of the Spanish team, the game was played in Cologne.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side lost their third semi-final this season despite taking the lead when Bruno Fernandes scored their 22nd penalty of the season after Marcus Rashford was fouled by Diego Carlos. Five times Europa League winners Sevilla equalised before the interval when former Liverpool forward Suso swept a finish past David de Gea at the far post.
Manchester United lost it all when the second goal came in the 78th minutes from De Jong. Manchester United missed a couple of chances which resulted in their loss, Sevilla keeper Yassine Bounou emerged as the man of the match through his great saves, he denied Anthony Martial several times.
After the second goal, two Manchester United were seen exchanging words to each other Bruno Fernandes and Victor Lindelof are the two players, Sevilla who knocked out follow English team Wolves in the quarter-final has booked their place in the final awaiting the winner from Inter Milan and Shakhtar Donetsk which will be played today. Manchester United’s long season came to a bitterly disappointing conclusion as they missed out on the chance to lift their first trophy under the management of Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer.
United is lucky to have ended the English Premier League in a good way, they finished in the third-place position behind second-place Manchester City which means they will be in next season’s Uefa Champions League. There is now no English team left in the two European tournaments, while Sevilla is the only team left from Spain.