Manchester United's European exit 'nothing new' for Mourinho

Manchester United's European exit 'nothing new' for Mourinho

The two sides battled to a scoreless draw two weeks ago in the first leg in Seville and it was clear from the start of Tuesday's contest that United coach Jose Mourinho would stick with the same approach: Concede possession and wait for chances on the counter.

He said: "This is true (that Liverpool are in the next round) but they do not have the FA cup either".

Wissam Ben Yedder eventually punished them with a double, but Mourinho insists he needs more money to turn things around at Old Trafford. Manchester United, needing three goals, could only pull one goal back through Romelu Lukaku minutes later, but it wasn't enough and Sevilla progressed through to the next round.

"It was bad taste, bad timing and I would say, what would Ferguson think?" "It's very hard to watch that, it was hard watching the first game". There is no desire, no energy, no speed.

Lukaku later added on Instagram that he was not criticising his teammates.

As a club, United are synonymous with thrilling attacking sides, stocked with speedy wingers and prolific forwards.

It is the first time ever Sevilla have qualified for the last-eight of the Europe's most prestigious competition. Gerrard said none of Mourinho's big players "turned up for him" - ignoring the fact it was his choice to start Marouane Fellaini ahead of Paul Pogba, and his choice to play like late 1980s Wimbledon.

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Man United's American owners, the Glazer family, have backed Mourinho to the tune of almost £300million since he took over at Old Trafford 21 months ago. Not after those two timid displays in the last 16 against Sevilla.

Manchester United was knocked out of the Champions League at the last-16 stage after a 2-1 loss to Sevilla on Tuesday.

Former midfielder and multiple ECL victor Scholes was also critical. He expressed his anger for United to have crashed out of the competition against a low key side like Sevilla and not a top side like Real Madrid or Barcelona.

"Because it puts the team that plays against you in a position where they have nothing to lose".

In these games, you have got to go and take the game by the scruff of the neck.

Given the ongoing questions over style and silverware, you would not blame United fans for making envious glances across to swashbuckling City right now. This stadium was quiet tonight.

Mourinho oversaw Europa League, EFL Cup and Community Shield glory in his first season, but Manchester City's eye-watering lead means the Premier League is out of reach on the back of Carabao Cup and Champions League exits.