Manchester United knocked out of Champions League

14 Mar 2018 | By Rodney Dsouza
Sevilla punish sloppy Manchester United

Jose Mourinho's Manchester United suffered a shock exit from the Champions League, following their round of 16 loss to Sevilla at Old Trafford.

Substitute Wissam Ben Yedder found the back of the net twice to hand the Spanish side a 2-1 victory over the Red Devils.

The first leg of the encounter was a goalless draw.

Here's our match report.

In context: Sevilla punish sloppy Manchester United

14 Mar 2018Manchester United knocked out of Champions League

HumbledBen Yedder puts the Red Devils to the sword

Manchester United showed a lot of promise after a convincing victory over Liverpool but they were a shadow of themselves against Sevilla.

Ben Yedder scored just 87 seconds after coming off the bench and he doubled the lead four minutes later.

Romelu Lukaku pulled one back for Manchester United, but the damage had already been done.

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