Manchester United dreams of lifting the Europa League title came to an end after being dumped out 2-1 by Sevilla despite taking lead, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
An exciting end to end hostility between the two sides in the first 45 minutes of the encounter.
It provided two goals as both teams hit the target as they game lived up to expectations.
It took Manchester United 9 minutes to open the goal scoring thanks to Bruno Fernandes who scored from the penalty spot.
It came as a result of Diego Douglas who fouled Marcus Rashford inside the box as he tries to go past him.
The game proceeds with man chances created and missed as the tempo of the match flair up.
Sevilla pulled back level in the 26th minutes after a lovely goal from Suso with Sergio Reguilon with the assist.
It ended in the first half Sevilla 1-1 Manchester United as they headed for the break with a tie.
Second Half Report
The second 45 minutes was a similar scenario but it didn’t play out with the same outcome.
The home side for the day took control as they pressured their opponents more hoping to wreak havoc.
The away side also caused some issues for their counterpart as they carried out some seriously threatening attacks.
Sevilla made it 2-1 in the 78th minutes with a lovely goal from Luuk de Jong after a killer pass from Jesus Navas.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United gave it all their best to peg back level but it was difficult.
It ended Sevilla 2-1 Manchester United as the Spanish side pulled through to the Europa League final.
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