- Man United have not won any trophy since scooping the Europa League in 2017
- Jose Mourinho was the last manager to bring a silverware at Old Trafford
- United has now gone three seasons without a trophy, their worst in 31 years
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Man United has hit their all-time low in terms of winning trophies following their painful Europa League exit at the hands of Spanish side Sevilla.
The Red Devils surrendered a one-goal lead to lose to the La Liga club by 2-1 which wrapped up their campaign without a title.
And it is the first time United have gone without a trophy for three straight years in the last 31 years.
This means that since Sir Alex Ferguson took over at the helm at Old Trafford in 1986, United have at least won a trophy in between three seasons.
But the club's last trophy was when former manager Jose Mourinho won the Europa League in 2017 and as well winning the Community Sheild the same year.
And since Ole Gunnar Solskajer took over from the Portuguese gaffer, the team are still going under a rebuilding process.
Solskjaer's men came third in the Premier League and secured a Champions League spot for next season.
But were knocked out in the FA Cup semi finals by rivals Chelsea and were also defeated by Man City in the last four.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Man United's impressive Europa League campaign has come to a dramatic halt following their 2-1 defeat in the hands of Sevilla in Cologne on Sunday night, August 16.
United came into the match with hope of getting the perfect revenge over the La Liga side who also eliminated from the Champions League back in 2018 under then boss Jose Mourinho.
And the side got things off a flying start, with Bruno Fernandes scoring the Red Devils' opener inside nine minutes of game play from the penalty spot after Marcus Rashford was brought down in the area.
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