Castro trusts his team's ability to defeat Man United

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We are going to try to prove that we are better [than the first leg] and to try to win the match tomorrow.

"In these types of games, when the pressure is on you, you just be yourself and I think that's what seems to happen in these games and the team seems to react well, when maybe we don't react as well in other games".

"I do not feel like we have any advantage at this moment".

"There comes a time when as much as you don't like it, it's time to stop playing football", Carrick told reporters.

Sevilla coach Vincenzo Montella was also keen to move on from Saturday's 2-0 loss to Valencia and focus on a potentially historic European tie.

"He keeps in contact with us and let us know where we are at".

Sevilla defender Clement Lenglet, meanwhile, believes his side are ready for the Red Devils and warned that United will see the best of the La Liga side if they score first.

That is a marked contrast to last season when they finished sixth and had to win the Europa League to earn a place back in the continent's elite club competition.

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The Manchester United midfielder has chose to hang his boots after spending 12 years at Old Trafford, where he played under four different managers after being roped in by the legendary Sir Alex Ferguson. "And for the seasons ahead we need to develop as a squad, be constantly in this position - and expect it of ourselves".

"We are a strong team once we take the lead".

McTominay, who was born in Lancaster so is also eligible to play for England, played a key role in United's recent matches against Sevilla, Chelsea and Liverpool.

Meanwhile, Jose Mourinho has taken a swipe at former Crystal Palace manager Frank de Boer. An already volatile situation between fans and club ownership boiled over, resulting in fights in the crowd, pitch invasions by irate supporters and owners David Gold and David Sullivan being forced to leave the grounds early for their own safety.

"He's desperate to do well and he is always doing extra in training, looking for those little things to improve on".

"So if you said City win the title and we win the Champions League this time I would sign that document right now". "It says nothing. In modern football you have to live day by day, week by week and match by match".

Jesus Navas (calf), Lionel Carole (muscle injury) and Sebastien Corchia (groin) are all doubtful for the game, with Corchia the likeliest candidate to make the matchday squad, having trained the most out of the three.

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