When his moment arrived, Odion Ighalo did what he does best. He scored. He twisted his body, kept his eye on the ball as it dropped in front of him and found the back of the net with a flick of his boot.
The 31-year-old is expected to stay at the San Siro for the remainder of the 2019/20 campaign and, despite his bit-part role this season, Antonio Conte is considering keeping him on.
The defender has rejuvenated his career during a successful loan spell this season and is thought to be keen to remain with the Serie A side on a permanent basis.
OLIVER HOLT: Pogba only came on in the 63rd minute in United's 1-1 draw at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium but we saw plenty to make the heart sing in the half-an-hour he played.
French midfielder made a big impact off the bench against Tottenham
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Anthony Martial scored Manchester United’s first Premier League hat-trick since Robin van Persie for Sir Alex Ferguson’s title-winners in April 2013 as Sheffield United were cuffed aside.
Henderson’s loan is due to expire on 30 June
Henderson's loan was set to expire at the end of June, which would've seen him return to United before the end of the campaign, but he will now remain at Bramall Lane, where he's shone this term.
CHRIS WHEELER AT OLD TRAFFORD: Two years ago, Anthony Martial went AWOL from Manchester United's tour of USA and was at odds with a manager, who was actively looking to sell him.
The two take each other on at Old Trafford on Wednesday night
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