Man United book their ticket to the Europa League final with an aggregate of 8-5 despite losing 3-2 against Roma in the return leg of the semi final, MySportPlug reports.
First Half Report Roma 0-1 Man United
The first half of the encounter was brilliant from the two sides who had a fair amount of opportunities which the away side made sure their count for them by scoring.
Roma had things going as planned after their first leg 6-2 defeat against the Red Devils which led to them hiring Jose Mourinho to take over next season with a three-year deal given to the ex-Tottenham boss.
Man United was able to open the goal scoring in the 39th minute of the game as Fred set up Edinson Cavani who was able to convert and made it 1-0 for his side as the game progressed.
The first 45 minutes progressed with more opportunities being created by the two sides who had enough firepower going forward while the defenders had so much to do on both ends.
The first half of the encounter finally came to an end with Roma 0-1 Man United as they both headed for the break with the Premier League side ahead.
Second Half Report Roma 3-1 Man United
The second half of the was way more entertaining when it came to the number of goals scored which we witnessed more coming from the two teams who did great.
Roma leveled things 1-1 in the 57th minute which came as Pedro Rodriguez was able to set up Edin Dzeko who made no mistake in making sure he finished off neatly for his side.
Bryan Cristante’s 60th-minute goal made sure Man United was behind 2-1 as the visitors couldn’t make sure they controlled things after having a good first 45 minutes.
Edinson Cavani once again proved to be a goal machine as he scored to level things 2-2 in the 68th minute which was with the help of Bruno Fernandes who provided the assist.
The game carried on with more pressure coming from the home side who eventually made it 3-2 after an own goal from Alex Telles who put the ball inside his own net in the 83rd minute.
The match finally came to an end with Roma 3-2 Man United which wasn’t good enough for the Italian side who crashed out of the Europa League with a 5-8 aggregate to the Red Devils who progressed to the final.