Revealed: 53% of Man United fans think scoreless draw with Sevilla was a poor result

Manchester United were held to a 0-0 draw in their first leg Champions League tie with Sevilla on Wednesday night and it has caused mixed reviews with many involved and those watching the game.

The Red Devils would have been thankful to David De Gea for his incredible performance at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium. The goalkeeper had to make a number of saves, allowing for Jose Mourinho’s side to take a goalless draw back to Old Trafford.

What would have been frustrating for the Red Devils was the lack of chances they created, with five in total, and accordingly working Sevilla shot-stopper Sergio Rico just once.

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A line-up that included Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez, United would have hoped to make more of an impact at the top of the pitch, but not all considered a draw a bad result.

We asked a number of fans in our poll if they felt the outcome was a good result and the question appears to be splitting fans almost straight down the middle.

53% of voters sided with the idea that they felt it was a bad result for the club, although that could well be down to the lack of performance from Mourinho’s side.

Manchester United fans, what do you think your chances are of getting a positive result at home and progressing to the quarter-finals of the Champions League? Let us know by commenting below…