Man United's Champions League exit: Events since last UCL knockout win

Man United don't get their money worth (7:22)

BT Sport pundits Steven Gerrard, Paul Scholes and Rio Ferdinand say Manchester United played under par against Sevilla on Tuesday. (7:22)

In losing out to Sevilla in the round of 16, Manchester United's woeful record in Champions League knockout fixtures was extended for at least another year.

Indeed, United last won a Champions League knockout game on March 19, 2014 -- that's a full three years, 11 months and counting.

To put that in some sort of perspective, here is a list of things that have happened in the period since David Moyes' glorious 3-2 win over Olympiacos.

- Manchester United have been through three managers -- Moyes, Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho -- and four if you count Ryan Giggs' four-game stint as caretaker boss.

- Real Madrid have won the Champions League three times.

- Leicester City have been promoted to the Premier League and won it (and won a UCL knockout match, ironically against Sevilla).

- Harry Kane has scored all 102 of his Premier League goals.

- Leeds United have had nine different managers. Palermo have had 12.

- Diego Costa moved from Atletico Madrid to Chelsea, won a Premier League title, then went back to Atletico.

- Xabi Alonso, Steven Gerrard, Kaka, Frank Lampard, Andrea Pirlo, Rivaldo, Ronaldinho and Francesco Totti have all retired from professional football.

- The United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union.

- Donald Trump was still two years from launching his presidential campaign.

- Meghan Markle has filmed five seasons of Suits before meeting Prince Harry and becoming engaged to a member of the British Royal Family.

- Movies 2-5 in the "Sharknado" series have all been released.