A Sevilla 'United'

The 'red devils', an expensive toll towards the glory of a team that believes in everything and wants to play another European final. Lopetegui recovers Gudelj, one of his most versatile footballers.

A-Sevilla-'United'

Massive by history and budget, although with a much less fierce footballing level in recent seasons, Manchester United is presented tonight as the penultimate toll on a highway to glory (follow the game live on As.com) in which Seville He came back in 10 days ago, when they defeated Roma in the round of 16. Since that wonderful display of football, the Nervión team moves with conviction in the terrain of its legend, which says that whenever it was planted in the quarterfinals of this tournament, it ended up lifting the title. At the moment he has already completed another stage of that religious pilgrimage: also winning Wolverhampton in the quarterfinals.

The arrival of Nemanja Gudelj at the Dusseldorf concentration, after leaving the coronavirus behind, is the latest good news. Lopetegui recovers one of his most versatile footballers, one of his main tactical hinges, and the dressing room receives another big shot of enthusiasm. It is not expected, however, that the Basque coach is going to alter too much that initial line-up that he already repeated in the eighths and quarters. They all arrive physically fit and, what is more important, absolutely huddled together: a Sevilla very, very United.

Solskjaer remains in a coaching position which he arrived right in the middle of one of those storms that usually rage after José Mourinho. The Norwegian returned from confinement with force and the Red Devils have reached third place in the Premier in an undefeated series of six wins and three draws. Today he will play the base of the eleven that defeated Copenhagen with a penalty and in extra time, with unexpected fatigue: Pogba, Bruno Fernandes, Martial, Maguire and a collection of red devils unable to scare a Seville that does not scare anything because this hell is their hell, their competition.



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