Lingard warns Sevilla: "We are a better team than at the beginning"

The United player: "We have a very good chance to win the Europa League. We face the game with great confidence. Hopefully we will take advantage of this good opportunity."

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English striker Jesse Lingard has stressed that Manchester United is facing "a very good opportunity to win the Europa League", a competition in which they will face Sevilla in the semifinals next Sunday, and highlighted the improvement of his team throughout throughout this season. "We have a very good opportunity to win the Europa League. Lifting a title would be a great way to end the season and we face the game with great confidence. Hopefully we will take advantage of the good opportunity that is presented to us," Lingard wished in statements to Europa Press.

The English international, ambassador of American Pistachio Growers and who scored a goal in the round of 16 leg against Austrian LASK, stressed that Manchester United is walking "in the right direction". "We have improved a lot throughout the season and we have won important games. We have won in confidence and we are a better team than we were at the beginning of the season," he reviewed, after the 'red devils' will make a good second round of the Premier to finish in third place.

Regarding the absence of an audience in this final stretch of the course, Lingard acknowledged that "it is very strange." "We miss our fans a lot and the atmosphere they create in each game, but all the teams have had to adapt to this new situation. The energy they transmit to you when you're on the pitch is missing," he acknowledged.

On a personal level, the forward refused to talk about his future, after a season in which he barely had a leading role with United, although he did not close the door to one day play in LaLiga. "I like to watch Spanish football, I usually follow the games of Barcelona and Real Madrid," he concluded.



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