Sevilla goalkeeper Marko Dmitrovic, who thwarted a pitch invader, gears up to keep Man United at bay.

In an exclusive interview, Sevilla’s goalkeeper Marko Dmitrovic recounts his heroic fight against a drunken pitch invader who attempted to punch him during a Europa League tie. Beyond the incident, Dmitrovic also speaks about his love for English football’s physical style and his frustration with players who fake injuries. He raises a serious point about the need for greater security and more severe punishments for pitch invaders, as he worries about potential attacks involving weapons. As he looks ahead to facing Manchester United in the Europa League quarter-final, Dmitrovic shares his admiration for Old Trafford’s historic stadium and his former experience playing for Charlton. The Serbian goalkeeper speaks highly of his coach Jose Luis Mendilibar, who he labels as “100% old school,” and believes that this direct approach has played a role in the recent success of his team. Finally, Dmitrovic reveals an interesting tidbit about his relationship with Mendilibar, who appointed him as his spot-kick taker at Eibar.

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