8 teams remain in UEFA Europa League. With the competition down to its last eight teams, the UEFA Europa League is gaining popularity while the majority of soccer fans are paying attention to the UEFA Champions League quarterfinalists.
Sevilla FC, a six-time winner, Manchester United FC, and AS Roma are some of the remaining teams vying for the cherished trophy. A fresh competitor, Royale Union Saint-Gilloise, has moreover made it this far in the battle. The Netherlands’ team, Feyenoord Rotterdam, plays high-pressing soccer and frequently creates lots of opportunities, but they frequently struggle to turn those opportunities into goals. Orkun Kökçü, their captain, has developed into a vital player for Arne Slot’s group, offering both defensive and offensive support. The Dutch team is a formidable foe because of its tenacity and capacity for recovery from deficits.
8 teams remain in UEFA Europa League
The Italian powerhouse Juventus FC prefers to maintain clean sheets, but their attacking talent is never in question thanks to players like Angel Di Mara, Ivan Vlahovic, Federico Chiesa, and Filip Kosti. Massimiliano Allegri, the coach, frequently uses a three-man defense but is flexible when it comes to opposing strategies.
The Xabi Alonso-coached German team Bayer 04 Leverkusen had a sluggish start to the campaign, but its youthful side has lately gained pace. Moussa Diaby and Amine Adli, two of its frequent goal scorers, provide its attacking threat. They will present a tough test for any opponent, with midfielders Robert Andrich and Exequiel Palacios generating quality opportunities.
Marcus Rashford’s amazing goals have helped Manchester United easily advance to the quarterfinals. Erik ten Hag’s 4-2-3-1 configuration, in which attackers support a mobile central striker and fullbacks provide width, is rarely altered. The attacking three for the Red Devils is inventive and won’t hesitate to go deep to open up opportunities.
AS Roma of Italy is a strong but skilled team. Three center-backs and two holding midfielders act as a defense under José Mourinho’s 3-4-2-1 system. Paulo Dybala is a crucial member of the Giallorossi because of his long-range shooting and magical touches.
The Spanish team Sevilla FC’s Europa League campaign this year has been extremely unpredictable. The back three of coach Jorge Sampaoli appears to be the team’s choice, with midfielder Nemanja Gudelj serving as the center-back. Wingbacks provide the assault width, and it features players like Bryan Gil, Suso, Lucas Ocampos, and Youssef En-Nesyri, although they have had trouble consistently scoring goals. Ivan Rakiti provides the midfield with flair, substance, and experience. The Portuguese team Sporting CP has demonstrated that everything is achievable with perseverance. Pedro Gonçalves, who has scored seven goals in Europe this season, is the line leader in the 3-4-3 configuration used by coach Ruben Amorim. The spine of the club, which includes players like Antonio Adán, Sebastián Coates, and Manuel Ugarte, is talented yet still developing.