Manchester United skipper Harry Maguire was in no mood for excuses following their Europa League semi-final defeat against Sevilla.

Goals from Suso and Luuk De Jong ended the Red Devils European journey in Germany, and Maguire echoed his manager’s comments by stating a semi final spot is not good enough.

The England international claimed United were the better team on the night, but the efficiency of Sevilla was too much to handle.

United have already secured their place in next season’s Champions League, but Maguire will be hoping his comments will resonate with his teammates as they jet off on summer holidays this week.

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