Manchester United 1 - Sevilla 2


"That is something that pleases me because I feel exactly the same but we have no time for dramas because on Saturday we have to work as we have an important match".

Manchester United were the favourites to progress to the quarter-finals of the Champions League in their last night's clash with Sevilla but their hopes were shuttered after Ben Yedder's double silenced the Old Trafford crowd.

This was Sevilla's first win on English soil, with their Champions League bid last season coming undone against Leicester at the last 16 stage.

However, after boasting of his own record when playing against United previously, Mourinho says that the result should not be shocking.

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"With high confidence, we come to play this game, but today they played better than us and they deserved [to win]".

"We should have scored earlier, I think maybe in the first half with the half-chances that we created".

United were lethargic and pedestrian on home turf as they tried to see off Los Rojiblancos and book their place in the last-eight of the competition, but a brace from substitute Ben Yedder stunned the home faithful and set up a massive last 15 minutes for United.

"Lukaku often isolated, wide men defending deep, team sits glimpses they scare". The game was won by the Andalusian's side desire to play football against the negative tactics employed by United's Portuguese coach Jose Mourinho who's game-plan appeared to be use long balls from De Gea looking for Fellaini or Lukaku.

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The overall performance was poor, as Wissam Ben-Yeder and Joaquin Correa managed to cut through this United side on several occasions.

"Sometimes I am lucky with changes, other times other managers are lucky with their changes", he added.

Mourinho was asked what had to change to get United back into the later rounds of the Champions League to which the 55-year-old answered "everything". Not just us, right? I did my best, the players did their best. "It's a natural process, every team invests". Your team needs to show some attacking nous as well and Sevilla did that this time around. "All clubs invest money in players".

Former Liverpool midfielder Dietmar Hamann has lambasted Jose Mourinho for his comments following Manchester United's Champions League exit.

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