Picture Marcel Sabitzer (Manchester United) has score his only 2nd brace for his 73 appearances in European competitions, along with March 2020 game for RB Leipzig against Tottenham in Champions League.

Statistics on Europa League/Conference League quarter-finals of 13 April

*Manchester United (2-2 vs Sevilla) failed to win a European match after having a 2-goal lead for only 2nd time in XXI century, along with 3-3 draw vs Basel in September 2011.

*Sevilla have come back after 0-2 deficit in a UEFACup/EuropaLeague game for the 2nd time, after November 1990 match against Torpedo Moscow (also from 0-2 to 2-2).

*Sevilla are the 2nd team in the entire history of Europa League to tie away from home a game that was losing by 2+ goals difference as deep into the game as 84th minute. The first was Rapid Vienna against Sassuolo, on 3 November 2016.

*Sevilla show a good statistics against English clubs having progressed from 6 of their previous 8 such European knockout ties (including finals) and failed only against Leicester in the 2016-17 Champions League and West Ham in 2021-22 Europa League.

*Manchester United became only 2nd English teams to concede 2 own goal (Tyrell Malacia and Harry Maguire) in a single match in a major European competition, after Chelsea against Ajax in November 2019. 

*Manchester United have conceded 2 own goals in just 8 minutes and 4 seconds, an unprecedented event in the Europa League. In European competitions overall it was last seen on 19 October 2010 (two own goals by Cluj against Bayern in Champions League within 5 minutes and 36 seconds).

*Manchester United have conceded 2 own goals in the same official match for the first time since 26 September 1979 (own goals by Jimmy Nichol and Martin Buchan against Norwich in the 3rd round of the League Cup).

*Manchester United have conceded 2 own goals in an official match at home just for the 2nd time in their history. It also happened on 20 March 1909, in a league match against Blackburn Rovers (own goals by Richard Holden and Oscar Linkson).

*Roma have hit the woodwork 26 times in all competitions this season (including Lorenzo Pellegrini’s hitting the post vs Feyenoord, 0-1): the most among all teams from top-5 European national leagues (the next are Bayern München and Paris Saint-Germain, 23 for each).

*Juventus (1-0 vs Sporting Lisbon) have won 4 consecutive matches without conceding goals in European competitions for the first time since Champions League 2016-17, when they reached the final.

*West Ham (1-1 vs Gent) have stopped their winning series in Conference League at 10 games.

*Now Fiorentina, also in Conference League, have the longest active winning series in European competitions. The 4-1 away win vs Lech Poznan is their 9th consecutive. 

*It is also the 2nd longest historical winning series among Italian teams in European competitions, after Milan’s 10 wins in a row between September 1992 and April 1993 in Champions League (including qualifiers).