West Ham United’s European dream remains alive after David Moyes’ Hammers were edged out 1-0 by Sevilla in the UEFA Europa League round of 16 first leg.
The Hammers gave their all in southern Spain, and could even have come back to east London with a more positive result from a game in which they held their own against the record six-times Europa League winners for an hour.
However, the La Liga side have undoubted quality of their own and they will bring a slender advantage to London Stadium after Munir slammed in the only goal with a powerful low first-time strike from Marcos Acuña's cleverly crafted free-kick.
As happened at Liverpool in their previous match, David Moyes' side again created chances to score goals, and the manager will hope his players can find their shooting boots next Thursday night and take us through to our first proper European quarter-final in 41 years.
Check out a gallery of pictures from the game above.