Sevilla and Manchester United played out a pretty drab 0-0 draw in their Champions League last 16 first leg at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium last night. The Red Devil’s will now be confident of getting the win the need to progress in the return leg at Old Trafford. Let’s see how Jose Mourinho’s men rated …
de Gea 8 ( MOTM )
Produced the games most high quality moment, with his world class save from a Muriel header at the end of the first-half. If United progress as expected they will owe a massive amount of gratitude to their Spanish ‘keeper.
A Valencia 6
Had his hands full against the lively Correa, but overall did ok.
Defended well, although his lack of ability on the ball remains a major issue.
For the most part was decent, but did get beaten a little too easily in one-on-one situations at times.
Put in a hige shift for his side. Defended well and got forward whenever he could.
Subbed off after 15 minutes with a hamstring injury.
Did a solid job as he teams defensive screen in midfield.
Excellent. Nothing fancy, but competed brilliantly in the centre of the park. Neat and tidy in possession.
Worked tirelessly, although his lack of pace is not ideal for the counter attacking style his team were trying to play.
Missed a big chance in first-half, and his hold up play still has a lot of room for improvement.
Apart from one excellent through ball to Lukaku, still looks as if he is trying to find his place in this United team.
Came on for Herrera after 15 mins, some nice touches and passes, although he coughed up possession a little too easily at times.
Looked a little rusty after his injury lay off.
A couple of dangerous runs down the left after his introduction.