Record winner FC Sevilla has defeated Manchester United and can dream of the next title in the Europa League. The Spaniards again took advantage of the mistakes of the English and prevailed 3-0 (1-0) in the second leg of the quarter-finals.
In the semi-finals, Seville now meets the Italian record champions Juventus Turin, who at the same time drew 1-1 (1-1) at Sporting Lisbon thanks to the first-leg success.
In Seville, the six-time European Cup winner first benefited from a bad pass from United captain Harry Maguire, which Youssef En-Nesyri (8th) used to give Sevilla the lead. The striker scored again after a blunder by Manchester keeper David de Gea (81′) who bounced the ball off his foot when accepting it. Loic Bade had previously scored to make it 2-0 (47′).
Maguire had already conceded one of two late own goals in the first leg (2-2), causing Manchester to lose a 2-0 lead.
Day of good news for Juventus
In the parallel game, Juve’s Adrien Rabiot (9th) scored the decisive goal for the Italians, who had received positive news from home a few hours before the game kicked off.
The highest national sports court had initially suspended the deduction of 15 points for accounting fraud in the league, which means that Juve temporarily climbs to third place in Serie A.
Marcus Edwards’ goal (20′, penalty kick) was not enough for Lisbon to progress after the 1-0 defeat in the first leg.