Manchester United Manager Solskjaer has raised alarm after Manchester United bowed out of the Europa League at the semi-final stage, despite putting in a huge effort against Sevilla who ran out 2-1 winners in Cologne.
Ole in his statement said ” I Apologize to all our Fans! We are not Good At all. We Dominated the Game but lost of chances, that’s not Good. we need some new players. we need to buy at least five Players.”
Meanwhile, The Reds had taken an early lead through a Bruno Fernandes penalty but Suso equalised before the break and substitute Luuk De Jong fired home late on.
Sevilla also had their goalkeeper Bono to thank after an inspired display at the start of the second half saw him repel a host of United chances.
Solskjaer made two changes to the side that began the quarter-final against FC Copenhagen, with David De Gea replacing Sergio Romero in goal and Victor Lindelof coming in for Eric Bailly at centre-back.
Sevilla, meanwhile, stuck with the same team that disposed of Wolves in the last eight.
United and Sevilla were the last British and Spanish clubs left standing in Europe and from the first whistle, there was determination on show from both sides to book a spot in the final.
After two early shots from Greenwood and Fernandes were both blocked, Sevilla mounted a couple of attacks. However, it was the Reds who drew first blood on nine minutes.
A superb one-two between Martial and Rashford led to the latter having an attempt saved by Bono, but our no.10 was upended in the box by Diego Carlos as he unleashed the shot and after Fernandes had put the rebound wide, the referee Felix Brych pointed to the spot.
Up stepped Fernandes with his unique hop-and-shoot style to brilliantly fire the ball into the top left-hand corner for his third Europa League goal for United and his eighth overall in the competition this season.