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Manchester United’s Europa League Hopes Dented by Two Own Goals

Manchester United’s hopes of reaching the Europa League semi-finals were dealt a blow after a 2-2 draw against Sevilla. The game featured a two-goal salvo from Marcel Sabitzer, who is on loan from Bayern Munich, and fine displays by Antony and the returning Antony Martial. However, Tyrell Malacia’s error on 84 minutes allowed the substitute, Jesus Navas, to cross, and the ball flicked off Malacia and past David de Gea. United had also lost Raphaël Varane to injury, and Lisandro Martínez was also stricken. After De Gea had made a fine save to deny Youssef En-Nesyri, the Sevilla substitute rose to send a header goalwards. This time the ball hit another substitute, Harry Maguire, to fly past De Gea.

Sevilla sit 13th in the La Liga table, five points above third-from-bottom Valencia. The fourth-placed finish of the previous campaign that yielded Champions League football has come to feel like a distant memory, overtaken by relegation fears. United brought the intensity at the outset, Antony bristling with intent on the right, showing off his fancy footwork, too. But it was a move from Martial on the other flank that laid the groundwork for the breakthrough.

United might have had more before the interval. When Fernandes flicked towards a hat-trick hunting Sabitzer, who looked offside, it came off a Sevilla body and Bono had to react smartly. Casemiro also had a shot blocked after a Martial cut-back. United still needed De Gea to make an excellent save to keep out a stoppage-time header from Tanguy Nianzou. The ball looped high and Raphaël Varane completed the clearance with a back header from under his crossbar.

Sevilla’s Underwhelming Season Continues

Sevilla’s underwhelming season continued with a 2-2 draw against Manchester United in the Europa League quarter-finals. The club’s third manager of the season, José Luis Mendilibar, has stabilised the team across their past two La Liga games, but relegation fears loom as they sit 13th in the table. Erik Lamela, preferred up front to Youssef En-Nesyri, left a boot in on Casemiro to receive a yellow card, and United raged when Fernandes was booked for handball on 41 minutes, ruling him out of the second-leg.

Manchester United’s Europa League Hopes Hang in the Balance

Manchester United’s Europa League hopes hang in the balance after a 2-2 draw against Sevilla. The game featured two own goals, with Tyrell Malacia’s error on 84 minutes allowing the substitute, Jesus Navas, to cross, and the ball flicked off Malacia and past David de Gea. United had also lost Raphaël Varane to injury, and Lisandro Martínez was also stricken. Sevilla sit 13th in the La Liga table, five points above third-from-bottom Valencia. The fourth-placed finish of the previous campaign that yielded Champions League football has come to feel like a distant memory, overtaken by relegation fears.

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