Man United vs Sevilla

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Man United vs Sevilla Live

When: Tuesday at 3:45 p.m. ET
TV: FS1
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Man United vs Sevilla

Manchester United host Sevilla at Old Trafford tonight with their Champions League last-16 tie finely balanced.

Only David De Gea’s heroics prevented United from losing the first leg in Seville, with the Red Devils escaping Spain with a goalless draw last month.

The lack of an away goal means Jose Mourinho’s men will have to win on the night to qualify for the quarter-finals, while Sevilla are no European slouches having won the Europa League three times in a row from 2013 to 2016.

However, recent home wins against Premier League rivals Chelsea and Liverpool will boost United’s confidence in gaining another key home win when the pressure is on.

How to solve a problem like Alexis?

There are worse things in life!

The Chilean has cut a frustrated figure of late and has resembled the beleaguered figure who regularly berated his team-mates in his final weeks at Arsenal.

Young Scott McTominay fell victim to a tongue-lashing at Selhurst Park last week and Sanchez had an animated discussion with Paul Pogba as they tried to get on the same page before half-time. It ended with Sanchez applauding his team-mate.

That is what Sanchez does when things are not going quite to plan and, to his credit, his head has not dropped. Against Liverpool, he lost the ball 47 times as he tried to make something happen.

While that statistic could be used against him, Sanchez was dispossessed 32 times when he was named man of the match against Huddersfield last month. Inevitably, he loses the ball more than his team-mates because he runs at opposition players.

Stats show we could be in a tight game

United have not scored more than one goal against a Spanish club in a Champions League tie since that exhibition-esque 4-3 win over Real Madrid in April 2003, the night that Roman Abramovich supposedly decided to buy a football club.

Sir Alex Ferguson recorded four goalless draws with Villarreal, a narrow win over Valencia, a draw with Valencia, a draw with Real Madrid and suffered a defeat to Real, as well as the two Champions League final defeats. David Moyes oversaw a bore draw with Real Sociedad and a 1-0 win at Old Trafford.

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