Manchester United were stunned 2-1 at home by Seville at the Old Trafford on Tuesday. This result paved way for Seville to go through to their second ever European Cup quarter-final.
The pulsating encounter remained goalless until late into the second half of the game, substitute Wissam Ben Yedder broke the deadlock with a clinical finish two minutes after coming off the bench. The Sevilla substitute made it two when he managed to put a header past David de Gea moments after scoring the first goal to leave United in a limbo.
Striker, Romelu Lukaku pulled one back for Manchester United very in the game to give United any hope of coming back, unfortunately, it was too late for any shocking come back in the game as Seville held on. De Gea incredibly denied Ben Yedder a hat-trick when he was through on goal in added time. The Seville fans care less about the miss as they went into wild celebration after the final whistle. The team has waited 60 years for this.