Sevilla dumped Manchester United’s hopes of Europa League title in a 2-1 victory in semi-final on Sunday night.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side lost despite netting the first goal when when Bruno Fernandes scored their 22nd penalty of the season after Marcus Rashford was fouled by Diego Carlos.
However, Sevilla who finished fourth in La Liga equalised just before half time when former Liverpool forward Suso swept a finish past David de Gea at the far post.
United missed several chances to take back the lead in the second half as Sevilla’s goalkeeper Yassine Bounou proved himself a hero for his team by denying Anthony Martial’s attempts at scoring.
Then the Europa League specialists finally booked a spot at the finals when Luuk de Jong swept home a cross from Jesus Navas with 12 minutes left, to punish United for poor defending and end their hopes for the title.