Jose Mourinho has 'no regrets' after Manchester United exit

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After Ben Yedder was introduced in the 72nd minute, he changed the complexion of the game, scoring twice.

Manchester United welcomed the Spanish side to the Theatre of Dreams following a goalless draw in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 clash last month.

Our own Kevin Kilbane was at Old Trafford and joined us at full time to sum up a disappointing night for Jose Mourinho and his team who were hoping for a deep run in the competition this season.

Sevilla did that and, once Ben Yedder scored the opener late in the second half, the folly of Mourinho's first-leg game plan was exposed.

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- Picture by Action Images via ReutersMANCHESTER, March 14 - Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho insisted European disappointment is nothing new for the English giants after losing 2-1 to Sevilla at Old Trafford to crash out of the Champions League by the same scoreline on aggregate. Only Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo - with 12 goals - has more. "We tried, we lost and that's football". "It's not the end of the world, it's football, and we have another match on Saturday", the United manager said.

"In the second half we were more clinical with Ben Yedder, he made the difference today".

United finally worked a clear opening in the 38th minute, a powerful drive from Marouane Fellaini beaten away by Sergio Rico after Alexis Sanchez turned a one-two into the path of the Belgium worldwide, who was making his first start of 2018.

"We know we've got to score first and foremost to get through, but we have a lot of confidence in our ability".

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Minutes later it was Sevilla's turn to breathe a sigh of relief, as Lukaku turned provider for Lingard this time, but the outstretched hand of Sergi Rico tipped the Englishman's shot around the post for a corner that would ultimately come to nothing.

United continued to be sloppy on the ball, Pogba curling a 72nd-minute effort narrowly wide, but it was a Sevilla substitute who came up with the opener.

Manchester United: De Gea, Valencia (c), Bailly, Smalling, Young, Matic, Fellaini, Lingard, Alexis, Rashford and Lukaku.

"And we're not the only team that invests money".

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"I am very happy to win here in this special, historic place", head coach Vincenzo Montella said after reaching the quarter-finals.

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