Manchester United’s run in this season’s Champions League came to an abrupt end tonight, as Jose Mourinho’s lacklustre side slipped to a shocking 2-1 defeat to an very average Sevilla at Old Trafford. In all honesty United got exactly what they deserved after putting in a lethargic performance lacking in any intensity or desire. Let’s see how Mourinho’s men rated …
de Gea 5
Made a couple of decent stops, but should have done better with Ben Yedder’s second.
A Valencia 4
Given a torrid time over both legs by the dangerous Correa.
Sloppy in possession and lost all tactical discipline in the second period.
Missed a massive chance at 2-0, and was his usual clumsy self in possession all night.
Defended well at times, but did little going forward, although to be fair he may well have been under orders not to cross the half way line.
Not his fault he lacks mobility and the team resort to long ball tactics when he’s in the team, but looked rusty on his first start in four months.
Couldn’t get to grips with Sevilla’s movement in midfield, and seemed to lose his head late in the game just when his team needed him.
Completely ineffective playing from the right, again not his fault his manager choose to change him from the left were he was so impressive last weekend against Liverpool.
Started centrally behind Lukaku, but had little or no effect on the game.
Shocking. Continues to give away possession and an alarming rate, and is nothing more than a passenger at the moment.
Showed some decent flashes of strength and hold up play at times. Ok finish for his sides consolation goal.
Abysmal after his introduction on the hour mark. Looks completely devoid of confidence, whenever he did actually attempt a forward pass, it ended up nowhere near a team-mate.
A couple of decent touches, although it was all a little too late.
Barely looked interested after his introduction.