Martial strikes late against Lask as United ease through in Europa League

05 August 2020 08:59
Manchester United stuttered while keeping Lask at arm’s length in a last-16 second leg that was the definition of a non-event given their five goal advantage. They will not care, though, as thoughts for Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s side turn to Monday’s quarter-final against FC Copenhagen, the Danish champions, in Cologne.That is a straight knockout tie as is the remainder of the competition United won three years ago in Stockholm. For the manager and his emerging side the Europa League now represents a golden chance to claim its first silverware and this will be the focus when they arrive in Germany. Related: Manchester United v LASK: Europa League last 16, second leg – live! Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian