Marouane Fellaini, Marcus Rashford start for Manchester United

Marouane Fellaini, Marcus Rashford start for Manchester United

The Belgian makes his first start since November 22 and only his second since the end of September as United look to finish off the job after their 0-0 draw in Seville three weeks ago.

Bayern crushed Besiktas 5-0 while Chelsea and Barcelona played out 1-1 draw.

And, the last team to move on after a 0-0 draw at home in the round of 16 was Arsenal, who reached the quarterfinals in 2008 with a 2-0 victory against Milan at the San Siro.

However, I can see him having another frustrating evening, knowing he's not got the supply or support to show his potential, and will be left day dreaming of playing against Barca for Real Madrid next season.

"Can he play against Sevilla?".

Marcus Rashford was exceptional at Old Trafford and should start yet again. We played an excellent match. "We're bringing everything we've got".

He knows the fans don't hate him, they're just angry with him, but it was the first time I've heard him use the word "hate" and I just think he's realising he needs to do something to ease the anger.

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"We have another chance tomorrow [Tuesday], we know that United have beaten Chelsea and Liverpool and have come back against Crystal Palace". They are an historical team and we must do our best to beat them.

"But that quickly passed and I got back fit".

Pogba did not appear in much discomfort at Old Trafford after the Premier League clash, but he looks in danger of missing the Champions League second leg against Sevilla after missing training on Monday.

"Pogba did train after you left", Mourinho told reporters at his pre-match press conference.

Sevilla have struggled to score goals in the Spanish league this season and have lost eight of their 14 La Liga games on the road this season, but their run to the Spanish Cup final confirms they are a threat in knock-out competition.

Here FP details some of the talking points ahead of Tuesday night's game. "There will be moments we have to defend, and others where we have to attack - and moments to slow the game down and moments to speed it up".

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