Manchester United were dumped out of the Europa League by Sevilla at the quarter-final stage after a woeful second-leg performance in Spain; United's treble hopes are now over heading into Sunday's FA Cup semi-final against Brighton; Sky Sports' writers examine the key problems at United
After Manchester United's disastrous Europa League exit to Sevilla, it leaves their season hinging on Sunday's FA Cup semi-final against Brighton.
United ended their six-year trophy drought by beating Newcastle to win the Carabao Cup in February leading to talk that Erik ten Hag's side were going for a quadruple of trophies.
However, that dream quickly disintegrated after a 7-0 humiliation against Liverpool at Anfield as United produced a calamitous performance reminiscent of seasons gone by. It wasn't long before United fell back on old habits again as they were torn apart by top-four rivals Newcastle at St James' Park and lucky to lose 2-0.