Who makes our Europa League Team of the Week?

UEFA Europa League finalists Ajax and Manchester United each supply three players to our team of the week, with Lyon and Celta Vigo also represented.

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Goalkeeper: Sergio Álvarez (Celta Vigo)
The Celta keeper may be disappointed with conceding Marouane Fellaini's opener but he could not be faulted thereafter, making a string of fine stops to keep the Spanish side in contention.

Defender: Antonio Valencia (Manchester United)
Not as quick to come forward from right-back as we have become accustomed to seeing, Valencia was still solid in defence in what proved to be a backs-to-the-wall job for United.

Highlights: Ajax edge through after Lyon thriller
Highlights: Ajax edge through after Lyon thriller

Defender: Davinson Sanchez (Ajax)
The young Colombian international central defender put in another powerful and composed performance at the heart of the Ajax back line.

Defender: Kenny Tete (Ajax)
Having replaced vice-captain Joël Veltman during the second half, the tough-tackling right-back snuffed out Mathieu Valbuena and Nabil Fekir in the closing stages.

Midfielder: Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Manchester United)
Lively in the first half and involved in most of United's best moves, the Armenian maybe deserved a goal for his venomous shot just after half-time – but Álvarez saved superbly.

Midfielder: Marouane Fellaini (Manchester United)
His perceptive run earned him the headed goal that ultimately took United to the final. The ever-willing Fellaini went close in the second half too.

Highlights: Watch how United made the final
Highlights: Watch how United made the final

Midfielder: Maxime Gonalons (Lyon)
One of the key cogs in a splendid display from Lyon, the captain was at the heart of everything for the valiant – if eventually thwarted – French side.

Midfielder: Nabil Fekir (Lyon)
Dangerous throughout, the OL playmaker provided the second goal for his team via a low centre, his fourth assist in eight matches in this competition.

Midfielder: Pione Sisto (Celta)
As in the first leg, the nimble Danish international was Celta's most tangible threat; the cross he laid on for Daniel Wass led to one of Celta's biggest 'what ifs?' of the night.

Forward: Kasper Dolberg (Ajax)
A constant menace on the break, the 19-year-old supplied an assured finish to claim his sixth European goal from what's been an impressive debut campaign.

Forward: Alexandre Lacazette (Lyon)
Restored from a thigh problem to spearhead the Lyon attack, Lacazette struck twice in 81 first-half seconds and threatened to inspire a famous second-leg comeback.

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