Sevilla’s En-Nesyri doubles up to send dismal Manchester United crashing out

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History repeated itself: if the first leg was tragedy, the second was farce. Together, they ended Manchester United’s hopes of a European title. There were nine minutes left on a wild, noisy night in Seville when David de Gea, a long way from his line, stumbled and fell, leaving the ball at the feet of Youssef En-Nesyri and the goal and their fate at his mercy. From 30 yards the Moroccan rolled it in to finish this quarter-final, scoring the third here, Sevilla’s fifth over two legs.

Manchester United had scored two of those for them in the first leg and they “assisted” the rest here to go out 5-2 on aggregate. They gave the ball away for the first and the third, both scored by En-Nesyri; between those, a Loïc Badé effort off his shoulder looped slowly, easily over the keeper and in. At the end of a night – two nights in fact – that were an extraordinary act of self-destruction from United, it is Sevilla that will be in the semi-final, this stadium bouncing about.

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Written by Sid Lowe at the Estadio Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán
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