Manchester United Moved to Final Europa League
Manchester United has taken a nice step towards the final of the Europa League. The formation of Coach José Mourinho won the first of two semi-finals by defeating Spain Celta de Vigo, 1-0. The English, who got the most chances, played the whole duel with former Ajax Daley Blind in the formation.
Without the big game, Manchester United ruled in most parts of the meeting. It seemed apparent effortlessly to give away the first assignment, as little as possible.
Celta could hardly come to an offensive in its own, not too big house (26,000 spectators). When the time was over, the English broke down.
As the first half progressed, Manchester United got more grip on the whole. Between the 30th and 39th minute, the team got three big chances.
First, Jesse Lingard struck in an ideal position over the ball, which was put to him by Henrikh Mkhitaryan. After that, Mkhitaryan had to score himself after appearing after a beautiful pass of the still somewhat disappointing Paul Pogba only for Sergio Álvarez. The Spanish goalkeeper saved with the foot.
Shortly afterward, Lingard again had a great opportunity, now after a preliminary action by Marcus Rashford, but again, Álvarez had a backlog for the home club.
In the previous phase, Celta was not completely untrue. With 11 minutes played, Daniel Wass had a great opportunity to put Nemanja Radoja up another goal, but he fired just over the crossbar. Also, there was a shot of Pione Sisto, which could easily pick up former Argentinian goalkeeper AZ.
A spell of Lago Aspas left, after the resumption; the Spaniards did not threaten the English defense, where Blind was doing well. The English thus kept the check easy and could calmly seek a runaway win that could win the win.
That took the lead 67 minutes into the game. Manchester United got a free kick in a position that seemed ideal for ‘left leg’ Blind. The former Ajax jumped over the ball, after which Rashford hit his right foot hard (0-1).