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Live Reporting

Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

  1. Farewell

    And on that note, we shall bid you all a good night.

    Come back tomorrow for Atalanta v PSG in the first of the Champions League quarter-finals...

  2. The last four

    Sevilla v Manchester United (Sunday)

    Inter v Shakhtar Donetsk (Monday)

  3. Post update

    Big shopping spree at Molineux?

  4. 'We need players - no doubt about it'

    Wolves 0-1 Sevilla



    More from Nuno: "It is a long journey. We wanted to go as far as we could. Everybody is disappointed and we should not ignore all the effort of 14 months of hard work, achieving really good things.

    "We should prepare well for next season and make good decisions to allow us to continue growing.

    "It is time to reflect and analyse. The team that started the game is the same as the first season. We have made mistakes we cannot repeat. We need players who can make us stronger, no doubt about it.

    "It is not about what we request. We operate on common sense and dialogue. Let’s look at our future and what we need. The club has been amazing. Started in Championship. Making good decisions will help us to be stronger."

  5. Post update

    Poor old Raul Jimenez has had to go for a doping test as well. Just what he needed.

  6. 'Huge year for Wolves'

    Wolves 0-1 Sevilla

    Matt Jarvis

    Former Wolves & Norwich winger on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Next year is a huge year for Wolves to go and attack it. If, at the end of it, there is no European football and no silverware, I think some of the players will start looking to move somewhere else.

    Raul Jimenez is not going to be playing every week at any club above Wolves, and as a forward you want to be playing week in week out or you lose your sharpness.

  7. 'We want to be back'

    Wolves 0-1 Sevilla

    Conor Coady

    Wolves captain Conor Coady on BT Sport: "It's tough, a tough one to take. It will take a long time to get over but every single player has left everyting on that pitch all year. We are gutted.

    "We started terrific, we put no blame on Raul Jimenez, he scores so many goals for us. We should not have conceded. We have lost to a top-class side. We pushed them.

    "We had a sucker punch, we wanted to try and do something special. More than ever we want to be back, the competition is amazing and if anyone says otherwise they are wrong.

    "We didn't want to make up the numbers and we got to the last eight which is an incredible achievement for a team that was in the Championship three years ago.

    "I am proud of every single person that is involved in this club."

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    Paul: Say one thing about Wolves, they've had a long long season yet no matter what happens Nuno doesn't moan about playing too much like the likes of Klopp and Guardiola do. Pure class manager and team and its still a good season for them.

    Simon Turner: Wolves began well but that was a superb team performance from Sevilla. United will have their hands full in the semi.

  9. Post update

    Wolves 0-1 Sevilla

    Sevilla have won all three of their games English opposition at neutral venues, also beating Middlesbrough 4-0 in 2006 and Liverpool 3-1 in 2016.

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    SMS Message: Sevilla were far too good and we couldn't get going. Well over a year of playing took its toll. Hugely proud, though. from James
    SMS Message: Fair play Wolves, they've been playing in this competition for over a year now. Sadly tho, Jimenez, Traore and Neves will move on after this...& maybe Nuno too from Anon
  11. 'I am proud of the boys'

    Wolves 0-1 Sevilla


    Nuno Espirito Santo

    Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo to BT Sport: "We have frustration, in the last minutes it is something that has happened to us many times. We required focus on a set piece. I am proud of the boys, we played a tough team and we had moments, small details, small margins.

    "That happens in football. We came this far and now it's over. Let's rest and look to the future. We need more players to help us, it's a small squad.

    "Sevilla made us run, we made a big effort to control it but of course there were players who gave everything and the legs and brain doesn't work so good. We must be proud of ourselves, admit we made mistakes during the season that we need to rectify to compete at a high level. We must work harder and become stronger.

    "We are here because we did things good the previous season. European football is something that we chase because we want to improve and compete agianst the best. The Premier League is challenging enough, it's like playing the Champions League every week."

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    James Gallagher: Disappointing from Wolves, didn't expect them to play so negatively, Sevilla far superior tonight.

    DaddyM: After watching this Sevilla display, I'm now officially scared for Manchester united

  13. 'Sevilla hardly laid a glove on Wolves'

    Wolves 0-1 Sevilla

    Pat Nevin

    Former Chelsea and Scotland winger on BBC Radio 5 Live

    The right team won. Having said that, I think Manchester United should be winning. Sevilla are a decent team but Man Utd should have enough. Ocampos scored the goal but they hardly laid a glove on Wolves, even with all that possession.

  14. BreakingFULL-TIME

    Wolves 0-1 Sevilla

    All over! Europa League titans Sevilla take the win, a deserved win, and will face Manchester United in Cologne on Sunday.

    Wolves go home.

  15. Post update

    Wolves 0-1 Sevilla

    This has got the feel of a play-off defeat. Such a long, hard season and for nothing in the end.


    Shakhtar Donetsk 4-1 Basel

    The side from Ukraine will take on Inter in the semis.

  17. 'Deserved by quite a distance'

    Wolves 0-1 Sevilla

    Pat Nevin

    Former Chelsea and Scotland winger on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Ever Banega is very dangerous with balls into that area and Lucas Ocampos has looked the most likely scorer in this game.

    It's a great header and, as painful as it is to say, it is deserved. It is deserved by quite a distance.