Manchester United's Scott McTominay nervous about replacing Paul Pogba

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"It was a good Sevilla performance", said ex-German worldwide Hamann. The Spanish club failed on numerous occasions to take advantage from United's inability to be unsafe.

Manchester United are "a disgrace to English football", according to a talkSPORT caller who was not impressed with Jose Mourinho's negative tactics against Sevilla.

It was a chance to show much they enjoy big European nights and Sevilla were a decent opponent to prove that.

It seems like Jose Mourinho can not dodge questions about under-performing players right now.

Pogba was introduced as a substitute after just 15 minutes when Ander Herrera went off injured - and all eyes were on the French ace after Mourinho's controversial call. Scott McTominay replaced Manchester United's record signing in the starting lineup. There are reports that United will be paying the Chilean winger £350,000 per week. Alexis made a single key pass in 75 minutes on the pitch, while losing possession five times. We're confident against any team we play. With Jose Mourinho spending very heavily to re-build the remains of a post-Louis Van Gaal era, Keane believe that the club still needs more additions. The following night, Liverpool effectively booked their place in the quarter-finals with a 5-0 win away to Porto. He was instrumental in United's FA Cup and Europa League triumph last season but has not been in the same red-hot form this season.

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Safe to say, Mourinho has been in for a rough ride recently.

And that is not good news.

Manchester United played a defensive game against Sevilla, but one man stood out among the rest: David de Gea.

And McTominay impressed, too, a rare bright spark in a disappointing United performance which ended in a rather fortunate 0-0 draw.

Approaching Wednesday's Champions League game with Vincenzo Montella's side, it was arguably the Spanish side who were favourites, given home soil and some inconsistency in the Premier League for the English visitors.

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