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Erik ten Hag calls Man Utd for Own Goals Against Sevilla ‘Bad Luck’

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Erik ten Hag calls Man Utd for Own Goals Against Sevilla 'Bad Luck'

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Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag attributed his team’s draw against Sevilla in the Europa League quarter-final to “bad luck” after two own goals allowed the Spanish team to claw back a two-goal deficit.

Despite Marcel Sabitzer scoring twice in the first half to put United in control, Sevilla managed to pull one back in the 84th minute and then equalized in stoppage time with a goal that deflected off Harry Maguire.

Ten Hag warned his players to “learn to kill the game” and score more goals to avoid such situations in the future.

Sabitzer, who scored both goals for United, expressed disappointment at the team’s late meltdown and said they need to finish the game off in the second leg in Seville.

The match was marred by an injury to United defender Lisandro Martinez, who was carried off the pitch by two Sevilla players who are his Argentina teammates.

This article was updated 1 month ago

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