Sevilla kick out Manchester United in Europa League semi-final

The season for Manchester United ended Sunday night after they were eliminated from the Europa League at the semi-final stage by competition specialists Sevilla.

Unfortunately for United they have not won a trophy since 2017 and must now wait until 2021 for their next chance of silverware after surrendering a lead to lose in Cologne.

The team coached by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer started in brighter note and took the lead in the first half through a Bruno Fernandes penalty after Marcus Rashford was felled in the box.

Suso who is a former Liverpool player equalised before half-time and Luuk de Jong scored the winning goal for the Spanish side after Man Utd had spurned multiple good chances at the beginning of the second half.

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This is the first time since the 1980s that United have gone three seasons in a row without a trophy and Solskjaer and his players will now enjoy a short break before the next Premier League campaign gets underway in September.

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