Late own goals from Tyrell Malacia and Harry Maguire saw Manchester United come from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 with Sevilla in the first leg of their Europa League quarter-final on Thursday.
United looked to have taken a big step towards the semi-finals after Marcel Sabitzer scored twice in the first half.
But six-time champions Sevilla hit back thanks to own goals in the 84th and 92nd minutes to leave Old Trafford stunned.
The teams will play the return leg in Spain next week.
With top scorer Marcus Rashford on the sidelines, Sabitzer grabbed the goals to put United in control.
The on-loan midfielder from Bayern Munich was an unlikely candidate to fill the void left by Rashford’s muscle injury, but he delivered and United dominated.
He put United ahead in the 14th minute and added a second in the 21st.
Antony hit the crossbar in the second half as the home side created more chances without increasing their lead.
Sevilla made United pay for not finishing the game when Malacia turned a Jesús Navas cross into his own net in the 84th.
David de Gea made a quick save to prevent substitute Youssef En-Nesyri from equalizing in stoppage time. But Sevilla were soon celebrating when Maguire inadvertently deflected En-Nesyri’s header over his own keeper almost immediately afterwards.
Report from The Associated Press.
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