MANCHESTER UNITED face a horror route to Europa League glory with three glamour ties in store.
Erik ten Hag’s men saw off Real Betis in the last 16 with a 5-1 aggregate win.
Marcus Rashford grabbed the only goal of the game in the second leg in Spain.
And in today’s quarter-final draw in Nyon, they were pitted against another Sevilla.
It means the Red Devils will have faced four Spanish sides in a row, after beating Real Sociedad in their final group game then overcoming Barcelona in a play-off.
However, United have never claimed victory in three attempts against Sevilla – including the 2020 semi-final.
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Even if the Red Devils do end that barren run and make it past their Spanish nemesis, it does not get any easier in the semis.
They would play the winners of Juventus and Sporting for a place in the final.
Italian giants Juve eased past Freiburg while Sporting stunned Arsenal on penalties at the Emirates.
As with the bonkers Champions League draw, one half is significantly stronger than the other, leaving United fans fuming at Uefa.
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But it could be a blockbuster final if United make it all the way to the Puskas Arena in Budapest on May 31.
Because they may take on their former boss Jose Mourinho with Roma.
Roma take on Feyenoord in the quarter-final, a repeat of the Conference League final of last season.
And completing the final eight is Bayer Leverkusen vs Union Saint-Gilloise.
Source: Soccer - thesun.co.uk