Spurs 1-3 Man United: Son’s opener cancelled out by Fred before Cavani and Greenwood win the points late on
Granada 0-2 Manchester United: Marcus Rashford latched on to a long-ball before producing a composed finish and Bruno Fernandes added a late penalty
Fred, Cavani and Greenwood all scored in the second half for Solskjaer's men
With a wave of Jan Eteki’s hand, Manchester United were virtually through. For much of a largely uneventful night it appeared that a single, gorgeous touch from Marcus Rashford would secure a small yet significant lead for Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s side to take into the second leg. Then a late gift given turned it into a virtually unassailable one, the substitute catching Bruno Fernandes in the face to give him the penalty from which he put them on the verge of the Europa League semi-final.
A 3-0 victory ended a four-game winless run for the Gunners
Granada 0-2 Manchester United: Marcus Rashford scored a brilliantly taken first goal before Bruno Fernandes added a late penalty
Fernandes was caught by Granada midfielder Yan Brice late on during comfortable United win
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Maguire, Shaw and McTominay all to miss home second leg‘Not a perfect night’, says manager after win in Europa LeagueOle Gunnar Solskjær was delighted at Manchester United’s 2-0 Europa League quarter-final first leg win over Granada, though admitted it was not a “perfect night” as Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw and Scott McTominay were all booked and will miss next week’s return game at Old Trafford through suspension.
Manchester United could first curse and then thank their academy. Their youth system has supplied at least one player for every first-team squad since 1937, but when Danny Welbeck put Brighton on course for a maiden win at Old Trafford, their capacity to produce footballers for other clubs threatened to harm them.
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