Man United to make changes ahead of Europa quarterfinal clash

Man United to make changes ahead of Europa quarterfinal clash

But they won the game with goals from Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial cancelling out a screamer from Philipp Wiesinger.

The England worldwide admitted to some tough self-reflection after a very hard season, but a second goal in as many games is a sign he is beginning to find his way again. LASK nearly took the lead when their strike from a corner struck the bar and had a risky spell in and around United's box.

Andres Andrade nodded the ball off the crossbar and Marko Raguz was denied by a good Sergio Romero save, as LASK showed greater early initiative.

The Ivory Coast global has taken to the social media to applaud United's performance against the Austrian side. A quick counter saw Lingard and Daniel James link up, but James could not find Odion Ighalo who was waiting to tap it in.

United were quick to respond to the Austrian side when Lingard's cool finish equalised and put them 6-1 up on aggregate.

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Romero just about kept out a Dominik Reiter effort at his near post before Solskjaer handed 18-year-old Teden Mengi his senior debut at right-back. The goal is Martial's 23rd in all competitions for the season, making him United's top goal scorer.

Manchester United and Inter Milan booked their places in the Europa League quarterfinals as continental soccer returned in empty stadiums amid the coronavirus pandemic.

United won the game five months ago 5-0, making this match at Old Trafford nearly needless.

"Job well done, we're in the quarter-finals", Bailly posted on Instagram.

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