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Riskur 18-02-2018 03:56 PM

[UCL] Sevilla 0-0 Manchester United

Sevilla vs Manchester United - 8th Finals
Kamis, 22 Februari 2018
Kick Off : 02.45 WIB
Venue : Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán - Seville
Wasit : Clément Turpin
Live : BeIN Sport 1 & SCTV

Champions League form guide :
Manchester United : WLWWW
Sevilla : DDWLW

Team News
Manchester United : Daley Blind, Zlatan Ibrahimović and Marouane Fellaini ruled out. Marcus Rashford, Ander Herrera and Paul Pogba.

Sevilla​ : Sébastien Corchia, Éver Banega and Joaquín Correa doubtful.

Riskur 18-02-2018 03:57 PM

Re: [UCL] Sevilla vs Manchester United
Head to head pertemuan kedua tim :
Manchester United menang : 0
Imbang : 0
Sevilla menang : 0

5 pertandingan terakhir masing2 kedua tim semua liga :

Las Palmas 1 - 2 Sevilla - La Liga
Sevilla 1 - 0 Girona - La Liga
Sevilla 2 - 2 Leganes - Copa Del Rey
Eibar 5 - 1Sevilla - La Liga
Leganes 1 - 1 Sevilla - Copa Del Rey

Manchester United
Huddersfield Town 0 - 2 Manchester United - FA Cup
Newcastle United 1 - 0 Manchester United - EPL
Manchester United 2 - 0 Huddersfield Town - EPL
Tottenham Hotspurs 2 - 0 Manchester United - EPL
Yeovil Town FC 0 - 4 Manchester United - FA Cup

Andi Istiabudi 19-02-2018 07:54 PM

Re: [UCL] Sevilla vs Manchester United


Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has revealed he is dealing with a number of injury issues ahead of the Champions League tie at Sevilla.

The manager made changes to his squad for the Emirates FA Cup win at Huddersfield Town on Saturday but says it was not down to resting players.

"I didn’t rest anyone other than [David] De Gea," he stressed. "Can we recover some of them for Wednesday? I think [Marcus] Rashford, [Ander] Herrera, [Antonio] Valencia have a chance.

"Paul Pogba? I don’t know. [Marcos] Rojo, [Phil] Jones, [Marouane] Fellaini, Zlatan [Ibrahimovic], I don’t think they have any chance."

The news that Rojo and Jones are injured means Eric Bailly's return to fitness – he came on as a substitute in the dying embers of the clash at the John Smith's Stadium at the weekend – has been a timely one.

Rashford and Herrera have missed the last couple of games but Valencia featured in the last Premier League outing, at Newcastle United.

Jose is likely to provide further team news in Seville on Tuesday when previewing the round-of-16 tie.


penk22_ 19-02-2018 08:05 PM

Re: [UCL] Sevilla vs Manchester United
Beruntung kekuatan lini tengah Sevilla berkurang karena cederanya Banega & Correa..

De gea
Valencia Bailly Jones Shaw
Matic McTominay
Sanchez Pogba Martial

Riskur 19-02-2018 08:45 PM

Re: [UCL] Sevilla vs Manchester United

Originally Posted by penk22_ (Post 685315)
Beruntung kekuatan lini tengah Sevilla berkurang karena cederanya Banega & Correa..

De gea
Valencia Bailly Jones Shaw
Matic McTominay
Sanchez Pogba Martial

Rojo ada malah pake jones =))

zudomiriku 20-02-2018 01:17 PM

Re: [UCL] Sevilla vs Manchester United
'This is where we belong': Manchester United must make being in Champions League knockout stages a regular occurrence again according to captain Michael Carrick ahead of Sevilla tie

* Manchester United face Sevilla away in the Champions League on Wednesday
* United will play their first game in the last-16 of the competition for four years
* Michael Carrick believes United belong in the tournament's knockout stages
* Carrick was part of the United side that won the Champions League in 2008

Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick admits the knockout stage of the Champions League is the minimum standard for the club.

United face their first game in the last-16 of the competition in four years with a trip to Sevilla on Wednesday.

Having been a regular in the latter stages of the Champions League prior to that Carrick stressed the players must strive to reach that level again.

'It's what we should expect of ourselves - to be at this stage of the Champions League,' he told MUTV.

'That's not being blase, it's just that should be our standard. We should be in this competition and fighting in the later stages most years.

'This is where we belong and, however this year pans out, this has to be the standard year in, year out.

Manchester United face Sevilla on Wednesday in the first leg of their Champions League tie

'A few years ago, it was relentless. Every season we had some massive games and we tended to do really well in them and it became quite normal.

'That's what we need to get back to, these games feeling quite routine.'

Carrick is set to retire at the end of the season to join United's coaching staff and is determined to make the most of his last run in the competition.

'For me, it's probably going to be my last few months as a player and that, in itself, creates a different feeling,' added the 36-year-old, who won the Champions League in 2008 and was a losing finalist in 2009 and 2011.

'Towards the end of your career, the bigger games in the league, the cup and certainly in the Champions League, you don't take them for granted.'



2016/17 - Europa League winners

2015/16 - Champions League group stages, Europa League round of 16

2014/15 - Not in Europe

2013/14 - Champions League quarter-finals

2012/13 - Champions League last-16


Riskur 20-02-2018 10:08 PM

Re: [UCL] Sevilla vs Manchester United

Setting the scene: European football makes a welcome return as the Reds are back in UEFA Champions League action on Wednesday night with a trip to Spain to face five-times Europa League winners Sevilla in the round-of-16 first leg. It’s our first appearance in the knockout stages of Europe’s elite competition for four years and, with a place in the quarter-finals at stake, Jose Mourinho men’s will be keen to record a positive result at the 42,500-capacity Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan ahead of the second leg at Old Trafford on 13 March.

How have we been doing? The Reds have generally been in good form of late, recording seven wins from nine games in all competitions in 2018 after Saturday’s 2-0 win at Huddersfield Town in the FA Cup, which set up a last-eight tie at home to Brighton & Hove Albion. It promises to be a much tougher test in Seville for United during a crucial week, which concludes with a key Premier League clash against Chelsea at Old Trafford on Sunday, but one which the Reds will undoubtedly relish on the European stage.

How can I watch it? Wednesday’s tie kicks off at 19:45 GMT and will be broadcast live on BT Sport in the UK. MUTV subscribers will be able to watch build-up from 17:45 GMT on the Match Day show and listen to radio commentary of the game before watching it in full at midnight. You can also follow the action as it happens via ManUtd.com’s live match blog and @ManUtd on Twitter.

What’s the team news? Jose Mourinho is dealing with a number of injury issues ahead of the game and says he expects to be without Phil Jones, Marcos Rojo, Marouane Fellaini and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but Antonio Valencia, Ander Herrera and Marcus Rashford have a chance of being fit. Eric Bailly could make his 50th appearance for the club after returning from three months out with an ankle injury as a late substitute against Huddersfield. The boss could give a further update on his squad in Tuesday’s pre-match press conference.

How have both sides reached this stage? The Reds finished top of Group A, which consisted of Basel, CSKA Moscow and Benfica, after winning five of our six matches – with the only dropped points coming in the 1-0 defeat in Switzerland on matchday five. Meanwhile, Sevilla were runners-up in Group E but enjoyed a positive campaign, picking up nine points. They drew twice with group winners Liverpool, including coming from 3-0 down to draw 3-3 at home, and their only defeat was a surprise 5-1 thrashing at Spartak Moscow.

Who is Sevilla’s manager? Just a month after being sacked by AC Milan, Vincenzo Montella only took charge of the Spanish club at the end of December. The Italian replaced Eduardo Berizzo – who was sacked a week earlier, after returning to the club following cancer surgery, as a result of a poor run of form. A prolific goalscorer in his successful 28-year playing career, the former Roma striker had a brief spell in the Premier League with Fulham, where he scored twice in 10 outings in 2006/07, and has six years of managerial experience in his homeland with several clubs, including Fiorentina and Sampdoria.

How are Sevilla doing? The Andalusian side, who won the Europa League in three successive seasons prior to the Reds’ triumph last term, have endured an up-and-down season, but their form has improved since the turn of the year. They currently sit fifth in La Liga, six points behind Real Madrid who occupy the final Champions League qualification place, and have reached the Copa del Rey final, where they will face Barcelona in April. Montella’s men also come into the game on the back of three straight wins in all competitions, after beating Las Palmas 2-1 away from home on Saturday. Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan has been a fortress this season, with Sevilla’s only home defeat in all competitions a 5-3 loss against fierce rivals Real Betis on 6 January.

One to watch: After a season away with Inter Milan, Ever Banega returned to Sevilla last summer and quickly found his feet again. A tactically intelligent and versatile playmaker, the 29-year-old has long been admired by some of Europe’s top clubs and has been part of Argentina’s squad for a decade. Capable of dictating the tempo and creating chances for his team-mates, the experienced midfield maestro has chipped in with a number of goals and assists across all competitions this season and will be key to attempting to unlock the Reds defence.

What’s our record like in Spain? The Reds have generally struggled on Spanish soil, winning just two of our previous 23 games on European excursions. But United have fared well in the country in recent times, suffering just one defeat in the last eight visits and were victorious on our previous trip to Spain in May last year as Marcus Rashford’s free-kick gave the Reds a 1-0 win over Celta Vigo in the Europa League semi-final first leg.

What they said: One man who is looking forward to the Seville trip is Juan Mata, who will be back in his homeland where he spent four years with Valencia before moving to England in 2011. “I’m especially excited about playing in my country again, at the Sanchez Pizjuan, a major stadium where the local team always gets big support,” he wrote in his latest blog. “I hope we see a great football game and we get a good score for the second leg at Old Trafford, in front of our crowd.”

Did you know? Wednesday’s game will be United’s 50th match against Spanish teams overall in European competition. The Reds’ record so far stands at 13 wins, 20 draws and 16 defeats. It’s also our first competitive meeting with Sevilla, who become the club’s 220th official opponents all told.

Who’s the referee? Clement Turpin will lead a French team of officials who will take charge of the midweek game. The 35-year-old will oversee his first United game but handled Sevilla’s 2-1 win over Leicester City at this stage of the competition a year ago and their play-off first-leg victory over Istanbul Basaksehir by the same scoreline back in August.

Rivals Watch: After four ties were played last week, there are four more last-16 games taking place this week. Here’s the fixture list:

Tuesday 20 February
Bayern Munich v Besiktas
Chelsea v Barcelona

Wednesday 21 February
Sevilla v Manchester United
Shakhtar Donetsk v Roma

All games will be kick off at 19:45 GMT.

penk22_ 20-02-2018 10:12 PM

Re: [UCL] Sevilla vs Manchester United

It’s been a long wait for Manchester United to return to action on the European stage, but UEFA Champions League football is finally upon us this week.

The Reds face a tough assignment against five-times Europa League winners Sevilla in the Round of 16 and travel to Spain for the first leg, which takes place on Wednesday night.

The club’s official magazine Inside United enlisted the help of Spanish football expert Andy Brassell to get the lowdown on our La Liga opponents from Andalucia, who will then travel to Old Trafford for the second leg on 13 March.

Here’s everything you need to know about Sevilla…

Formed in 1890, Sevilla are Spain’s oldest club just dedicated to football, rather than being a multisports entity such as Barcelona or Real Madrid, and Andalucia’s most successful club – having won 13 major trophies and four second-tier titles but their only La Liga triumph came in 1946. After spending three seasons in the second tier at the end of the 1990s, the team found stability under the five-year tenure of locally born coach Joaquin Caparros before his successor Juande Ramos, who went on to manage Tottenham, created the team that brought Sevilla to Europe’s attention.

It’s a time of profound change for Sevilla, who lost talented coach Jorge Sampaoli to Argentina and sporting director Monchi following 30 years of service with the club. As someone who represented the heart and soul of the club, Monchi left a legacy which has been taken on by his old right-hand man Oscar Arias. The club has built a versatile squad which boasts a better group of players than the one edged out by then-Premier League champions Leicester City at the same stage of the competition last year, with midfield maestro Ever Banega now back at the club after spending one season with Inter Milan. Typically set up in a 4-2-3-1 formation by coach Vincenzo Montella, who took over from Eduardo Berizzo in late December, the midfield pair of Steven N’Zonzi and Banega provide stability behind a dangerous attacking quartet now led by club record signing Luis Muriel.

Despite progressing from a tough group featuring Juventus and Lyon to reach the UEFA Champions League round-of-16 last season, Sevilla are more typically associated with the Europa League, having won the trophy a record five times since 2006 (including its incarnation as the UEFA Cup). The first two of those triumphs, in 2006 and 2007, were achieved by one of the most celebrated sides in the club’s history. Coached by Juande Ramos and featuring the likes of Dani Alves, Luis Fabiano and the late Antonio Puerta, the club youth product who tragically died after collapsing during a match later in 2007. Unai Emery presided over the club’s glorious three-in-a-row in 2014, 2015 and 2016, for which the coach needs to be afforded an enormous amount of credit. In terms of the Champions League and the European Cup, this season is only the sixth time in the club’s history they have competed in the competition. Sevilla reached the quarter-finals in 1957/58 and the other five appearances have been in the Champions League era. Last season, they fell to Leicester City in the last 16 after losing 3-2 on aggregate, but didn’t progress from a group containing Manchester City and Juventus in 2015/16. They also made the last 16 in 2007/08 and 2009/10.


There are few more atmospheric footballing venues in Spain than Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium. Also known as Nervion, after the district in which it’s located, it’s reassuringly old-fashioned, set in the middle of a built-up area and making it easy to recall memories of some of the biggest occasions its hosted – such as the 1982 World Cup semi-final between France and Germany, and the 1986 European Cup final in which Steaua Bucharest beat Terry Venables’ Barcelona on penalties. The magnificent façade, a mosaic incorporating club crests from all over the world and surrounding the club’s own badge, covers the front of the stadium on approach from the west side and hints at the experience waiting inside. At every home game, the whole stadium sings a rousing rendition of the club’s anthem Himno Centenario minutes before kick-off. Once the game starts, the club’s ultras, the Biris Norte group who congregate behind the goal at the north end of the stadium, keep the energy up. The group was formed in the 1970s and named after the Gambian forward Biri Biri – Alhaji Momodo Nije, the club’s first black player.

The Reds have never played Sevilla in a competitive game before but have faced the Spanish side in a couple of friendlies at Old Trafford. United were beaten 3-1 in Rio Ferdinand’s testimonial match in 2013, but ran out 3-0 winners against the then UEFA Cup holders in 2006 thanks to goals from Louis Saha, Cristiano Ronaldo and young substitute David Jones.

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Riskur 20-02-2018 10:13 PM

Re: [UCL] Sevilla vs Manchester United

Ashley Young says Manchester United are in the Champions League to try to win it as the Reds prepare to face Sevilla in the last 16 on Wednesday.

The full-back is bullish about the club's chances of going all the way in the competition and lifting the coveted trophy for the first time since 2008.

"It's a massive week," Young told reporters. "We had to get ourselves back to winning ways [at Huddersfield Town] after last weekend [at Newcastle United]. We've got a tough game against Sevilla away and we've got to concentrate on that.

"We can't look too far ahead. Obviously, we know we have got Chelsea coming up and Sevilla is the next game and that's where our thoughts are.

"Can we win the Champions League? Of course. You don't enter a competition not to win it. That's what we will be looking to do and take each game as it comes. The next one is against Sevilla. We just have to concentrate on ourselves."

Young feels defenders come in for criticism but a 22nd clean sheet of the season at Huddersfield was more proof that the team is performing well in this area.

"It's fantastic," he added. "I think a lot has been said about defenders and what not - a lot was said last week [after Newcastle] - and it's one of those things. Everyone's entitled to their opinion.

"Keep getting clean sheets and, hopefully, we can chip in with goals as well as the front boys."

Romelu Lukaku took his goal tally to 21 this season with the double at the John Smith's Stadium and Young was quick to praise his team-mate.

"His hold-up play, his all-round game was fantastic and he's done that throughout the season," added the defender. "He's getting goals and to get two was brilliant for him. When you've got someone who can hold up the ball like he can, and get in the box, it's fantastic.

"You can see the combinations between him and Alexis Sanchez. Alexis comes inside and Rom's seen him and picked him up as well and they're picking each other out and they have worked well together so far."

Amiiinnnn, semoga United bisa mengeluarkan semua kemampuannya \:D/

Andi Istiabudi 21-02-2018 05:28 AM

Re: [UCL] Sevilla vs Manchester United

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has explained that the players returning to his Champions League squad trained in front of the media on Tuesday before flying to Seville.

There was a change in the usual routine at the Aon Training Complex as the cameras were able to capture a later part of the session, with Paul Pogba, Antonio Valencia, Marcus Rashford and Ander Herrera all present after missing the Emirates FA Cup victory at Huddersfield Town.

The quartet's availability is a boost ahead of the round-of-16 tie with Sevilla as the Reds seek a positive result ahead of the second leg at Old Trafford.

"We opened the training session today and I open in a period where we normally don't open," said the manager. "We normally do it in the warming up and the first simple drills of the training session. This time, we did it for quite a long time and in the last period so we could see players in a competitive situation.

"When a player is in that competitive situation, it's because the players are normally ready and without problems, so you could see in that training some people that didn't play against Huddersfield with problems - like Pogba, Valencia, Rashford and Herrera."

Ever Banega, Joaquin Correa and Luis Muriel are all fit and available for the hosts but Sebastian Corchia is rated doutful.

"I normally say that Champions League dreams start around the quarter-finals and not yet in the last 16," added the boss. "Last 16 still looks a long way to go. When a team reaches the quarter-finals, I think it's the moment where even the teams that are not favourites - which is our case - they start realising that anything is possible.

"But for the moment, I think we have to just focus on the very difficult opponent [Sevilla] and the first match of this two-legged knockout tie - a match that doesn't decide anything but is very important."


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