Villarreal stunned Manchester United after a marathon penalty shoot-out, with goalkeeper David de Gea missing the last spot-kick, in the Europa League final to lift their first-ever major trophy on Wednesday in Gdansk.
It finished 1-1 after 120 minutes as Gerard Moreno put the unfancied Spaniards ahead in the 29th minute before Edinson Cavani levelled early in the second half.
But Villarreal won a remarkable shoot-out 11-10, leaving Ole Gunnar Solskjaer still waiting for his first trophy as United manager.
De Gea missed decisive penalty in epic 11-10 penalty shootout win for Villarreal.
Manchester United still searching for first trophy under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
It is the first ever major trophy for Villarreal formed 98 years ago.