General view before the match. Action Images via Reuters/Jason Cairnduff
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Sevilla will report Manchester United to European football governing body UEFA for not offering their fans enough tickets for the Champions League last 16 second leg at Old Trafford, the Spanish club said in a statement Wednesday.The two clubs have been engaged in a price war over tickets which escalated when United informed their traveling supporters their first leg tickets to the Spanish match would be subsidized by charging Sevilla fans more for the second leg.Sevilla are charging United fans between 89 and 133 pounds (between $120 and $179) to watch the game at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan on Feb. 21, which the English club considered excessive.
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