​Sevilla coach Vincenzo Montella has suggested that a solitary goal for his team could be enough for them to defeat Manchester United at Old Trafford in the second leg of the Champions League round of 16 tonight.


​The Spanish side head to Old Trafford with hopes of qualifying for the quarter-finals for the first time in over 60 years.


Although, the ​Red Devils are considered favourites to go through following last month's 0-0 draw in Seville, Montella is confident that ​his team will win the tie if they score an away goal at the Theatre of Dreams.



Speaking at his press-conference ahead of this game, Montella said, "It's a special match because we can reach the quarter-finals. It is special for me and for the club because it has been 60 years that the team has not been able to play in that round."


He continued, "We need to score one goal, and at home, we had the opportunities. It's going to be tough, but we have confidence. We know that we play against a great team, with a great coach, players and a historic club."


Talking about his team's preparations, Montella concluded, "We have to be at our best level and be able to compete. It is a game that we must interpret every situation, defending and attacking when necessary."