- Sevilla vs Man United will see the Red Devils continue their push to end the season with a silverware
- Solskjaer believes Man United's senior players can help the club progress to the finals to be played at Stadion Köln in Cologne
- Bruno Fernandes, who is currently Europa's top goalscorer, will be looking to continue with his impressive form
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Man United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has asked his wards to step up when they take on Sevilla in their Europa League semifinals on Sunday, August 16.
Sevilla set up a date with United in the last four after overcoming Wolves in their quarterfinal clash played in Lisbon.
Man United will be keen to make the semifinal count this time round, having suffered agony in the stage this season in the FA Cup and Carabao Cup.
And Solskjaer appears to know too well of the hurdle that lies ahead when his side takes on the La Liga giants.
“You know that when you come to a semi-final you're playing against good teams, big teams with quality. So it's time for big players to step up," Mirror UK quoted Solskjaer saying.
“In big games moments you need 100 per cent focus, because any little moment can win, lose or change the game and we've learnt it's very painful to lose a semi-final," the Norwegian conceded.
Bruno Fernandes, Paul Pogba, Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford and Harry Maguire are among top United players expected to lead the side to the finals.
Fernandes is currently the European competition's top scorer, with his winning penalty against FC Copenhagen taking his tally to seven goals.
The Red Devils will be hoping to crown their spectacular campaign by reclaiming the title they won in 2017 under then manager Jose Mourinho.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Man United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, said he would love to face Sevilla in Europa League semifinals before the quarterfinal games were completed.
Man United, who are the competition's favourites booked a place in the last four after defeating FC Copenhagen on Monday night, August 10, in Cologne.
Despite comfortably reaching the quarters, the Red Devils struggled against the Danish side who were sturdy in defence.
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