Friday, 12 May 2017

Manchester United Makes Europa League Final

Manchester United are through to the final of the Europa League after a 1-1 draw with Celta Vigo in their semi-final second leg on Thursday secured a 2-1 aggregate win. Having won 1-0 in Spain a week ago, Marouane Fellaini extended United's aggregate advantage in the 17th minute at Old Trafford when he headed in from Marcus Rashford's deep cross.

However, Celta set up a tense finish when Facundo Roncaglia scored with four minutes remaining. Both Roncaglia and Eric Bailly were sent off after a heated confrontation and John Guidetti missed a gilt-edged chance to send Celta through on away goals when he failed to convert with the final kick of the match.

United will face Ajax in the final in Stockholm on Wednesday, May 24, after the Eredivisie side beat Lyon 5-4 on aggregate.

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