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Manchester United hosted Spanish side Sevilla in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 encounter at Old Trafford. The match ended 1-2 as Sevilla reached the last eight.

After a 0-0 first leg tie, Wissam Ben Yedder came on as a substitute to break United hearts with a stellar brace, before Romelu Lukaku got one back.

Here’s how Jose Mourinho’s men fared during the encounter against Sevilla:

David de Gea: 5

The first goal that was conceded had De Gea helpless. The second was saved but it still creeped in. Denied Yedder the hat-trick.

Antonio Valencia: 4

After a decent first half, was culpable for Sevilla’s goal after losing possession.

Eric Bailly: 4

Almost gave away a chance to Sevilla after a nothing pass in the first half, but made amends with a fabulous diving tackle to deny Correa going on goal. Did not mark the line for the second.

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Chris Smalling: 5

Looked composed and made some fine looking interceptions and blocks. Like Bailly, was poor for the second goal.

Ashley Young: 4

Despite doing an able job at left back, his crosses down the flank let him down badly. Was sloppy in the second half.

Nemanja Matic: 5

Had to cope with a lot of defensive duties as well. Looked composed and stable on the ball.

Marouane Fellaini: 4

Went for a shot from a close angle and had it saved easily. Did not use his height to purpose and was substituted ahead of the hour mark.



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