Manchester United & Jose Mourinho dumped, Sevilla and Roma progresses


Manchester United legend Paul Scholes questions the attitude of the current crop of players and claims that they let Jose Mourinho down during their defeat to Sevilla.

"Lukaku often isolated, wide men defending deep, team sits glimpses they scare".

"I'm pleased the players aren't hiding their sadness, but we have no time for drama". We had a big game, as you know, against Liverpool.

Last season Sevilla came undone in the Champions League last 16 against unheralded Leicester City and had previously been beaten in England by Manchester City and Arsenal.

Reds fans have been quick to goad Mourinho and United for their failure to progress to the quarter finals of the Champions League - a feat Jurgen Klopp's men managed with a 5-0 aggregate score against Portugal giants Porto.

The mood inside the ground was one of hostility with the tenseness too much for the players to handle.

"I said yesterday we could lose the match", Mourinho started at his post-match press conference.

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Jose Mourinho has spent more on just six transfers since taking over at Manchester United than Sevilla's whole squad is worth.

But as good as United were against Liverpool, they were at least as bad against Sevilla.

At the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan in the first leg of their Champions League Round of 16 tie against Sevilla, the Andalusians felt rightly aggrieved that they'd not won the game by a two or even three-goal margin.

Spain's sports newspapers waxed lyrical about Wissam Ben Yedder after the Sevilla striker came off the bench to send Manchester United crashing out of Europe. "We tried, we lost and that is football".

"I sat in this chair twice in the Champions League", Mourinho said. I'm happy every player is sad and don't hide sadness it's something that pleases me. We got in the right positions but the last pass was not good enough and that's what killed us today.

Mourinho looked to Saturday's FA Cup quarter-final meeting against Brighton & Hove Albion as one reason to be upbeat, with it now being their only realistic route to silverware this season.