We need to move on quickly, says Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho


"I sit in this chair twice in the Champions League and I knock out Man United at home at Old Trafford". We have no time for dramas.

"He's obviously showing he's the best goalkeeper in the world and if Madrid want him you can understand David wanting to go there, as much as we don't want him to".

Just 87 seconds after coming off the bench, Ben Yedder was put through by Sarabia and sent a right-footed strike past De Gea.

Now in need of at least two goals to outweigh Sevilla's away tally, Mourinho replaced Lingard and Antonio Valencia with Antony Martial and Juan Mata, respectively, and shifted to three at the back. The intention and the way we started was really good and really positive, then after 10 or 15 minutes of success without goals, Sevilla have a good team they have players who can hide the ball.

"We should have done better because the bit of quality we have in the team, we should have went through".

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The introduction of the Frenchman changed the game as Sevilla finally turned a growing attacking threat into goals.

De Gea denied Ben Yedder a hat-trick in stoppage time, but there was no stopping Sevilla.

However, it was wayward finishing rather than the Spanish number one that prevented the visitors making the most of their ascendency for most of the match.

Yet, the Belgian almost made the breakthrough with United's best move of the opening period when he latched onto Alexis Sanchez's layoff and his powerful effort was turned behind by Sergio Rico.

"We had chances to score and again in the second half we had chances but the first goal would always change the direction of the game".

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So far, United aren't even meeting that minimum demand from their supporters and it is questionable how long they will remain patient while it is inevitable that comparisons between Mourinho and Guardiola will continue to be made.

Until Yedder had come on as a substitute, Sevilla was bent on shooting from outside the box unnecessarily and De Gea was more than comfortable.

Young, speaking to beIN SPORTS, understood the reaction to a loss in "a game of this magnitude", but did not feel United took progress to the Champions League quarter-finals for granted.

"But I believed in myself, believed in the team and we showed we are a great team".

Lukaku clawed one back for United with six minutes left to avoid the home shutout.

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The celebrations on the pitch were as wild as they were in the away end at full-time, while United were jeered off the field as the biggest week of their season was thrown off kilter.