Bruno Fernandes 7, Marcus Rashford 5, Bono 9: Manchester United v Sevilla player ratings

Bruno Fernandes 7, Marcus Rashford 5, Bono 9: Manchester United v Sevilla player ratings
Bruno Fernandes 7, Marcus Rashford 5, Bono 9: Manchester United v Sevilla player ratings

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - MANCHESTER UNITED: David de Gea 7. Man of match last time v Sevilla, not needed as much tonight. Recalled for Europa League game and made early stop from Ocampos. Could do little for either goal. AFP

Aaron Wan Bissaka. 5 Where was he for second goal? Tackles well but, like his fellow defenders, needs to cut out goals. AFP

Victor Lindelof 6. Good, yet could have done better for both Sevilla goals and was castigated for second by Fernandes. Still doubts about him as a top-level central defender. Reuters

Harry Maguire 6. Emotional. At heart of defence that let United down. AFP

Brandon Williams 4. Pulled across for Suso’s opener and in wrong position. Booked in feisty first half. Makes too much of fouls – he was playing a team from Spain, not playing in Spain. AP Photo

Paul Pogba 7. Played well; beautiful passes, recoveries. lovely touches, great footwork. As impressive as he was against Celta in the 2017 semi first leg. Needs better players around him. AP

Fred 6. Picked over Matic. Passed well, shot wide with early chance, nice balls forward to an attack which had 20 shots but didn’t score one from open play. Getty Images

Greenwood 6. Huge talent and we saw many glimpses, but not enough. Need to be clinical to win the biggest trophies. EPA

Bruno Fernandes 7. Hop, skip and netting United’s 18th penalty of the season. Superb pass for Greenwood at start of second half. Sad end to a superb season for Sporting and United. Needs to play in a team which is strengthened this summer. AP

Marcus Rashford 5. Won penalty. Free-kick from distance on target before half time. Shot wide, ran into dead ends. Needless booking. Needs to be clinical to win the biggest trophies. Getty Images

Anthony Martial 6. Rode the aggressive challenges to be lively as he set up chances. Should have got effort on target and scored. Needs to be clinical to win the biggest trophies. Reuters

SUBS: Juan Mata (87'). The sub to come after 87 minutes. Big impact v Copenhagen. Little time to do the same against his compatriots. EPA

Daniel James. On for Rashford after 88 mins Getty Images

Timothy Fosu Mensah. On for Williams after 87 mins. AFP

Odion Ighalo. On for Greenwood in 92nd minute. AFP

SEVILLA: Bono – 9. Goalkeepers often don’t get the credit they deserve. Bono will after this performance. Pulled off a string of outstanding saves, including early from Rashford, despite it being part of the move that led to the penalty. Then a series of stops on Martial in the second half. Kept Sevilla in the game during spells of United pressure before his teammates did their part at the other end of the pitch. Getty Images

Jesus Navas – 7. Once a nippy winger for Manchester City, Navas has become more of a right-back during the latter stages of his career at Sevilla. Looked composed defensively before his superb cross found De Jong for Sevilla’s winner. AP

Jules Koundé – 7. The more composed of Sevilla’s central defenders, the 21-year-old continued to show why he’s one of the most highly-rated youngsters in Europe. EPA

Diego Carlos – 6. Endured an uncomfortable night after bringing down Rashford for United’s penalty and getting booked for a foul on Martial, but the Brazilian dug in and stayed committed to the cause. EPA

Sergio Reguilón – 8. Real Madrid’s on-loan left-back has been getting the transfer rumour treatment in recent weeks. After this performance, it’s little wonder why. Delivered a wonderful cross for Suso’s equalising goal in a fine all-round display. AFP

Ever Banega – 7. Didn’t dominate the midfield quite like he did in the quarter-final against Wolves but still provided his assured presence. Robbed on the edge of his own area and was lucky it didn’t prove costly. EPA

Fernando – 7. Never really made his mark at Manchester City but certainly played his part in this game. Broke up attacks, stuck in tackles, a solid game. Reuters

Joan Jordán – 6. Played his part in helping Sevilla edge the possession stats but did not consistently effect the game. PA

Suso – 7. Extremely well taken goal to finish off a lovely team move for Sevilla’s equaliser. Largely quiet beyond that important contribution. Getty Images

Youssef En-Nesyri – 5. A quiet game from the Moroccan forward who never posed much of a danger to United. Subbed off on 56’. AP

Lucas Ocampos – 6. Looked threatening early on with a few bursts of pace and tried to penetrate the United defence but it was not the Argentine’s night. Subbed off on 56’ and was seen icing his knee immediately after. AP Photo

SUBS: Munir El Haddadi (56’) – 6. Sevilla’s top scorer in the Europa League this season, Munir tried to stretch the United defence on the break but couldn’t quite find a breakthrough. Getty Images

Luuk De Jong (56’) – 7. Great positioning and calm finish to score Sevilla’s winner. Too casual when attempting to square a pass late in the game that would’ve led to Sevilla’s third. AP Photo

Franco Vázquez (75’) – 6. Couldn’t effect proceedings during his 15-minute cameo. PA

Nemanja Gudelj (87’) – N/A. Not given enough time to influence the game. PA

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