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newgersy/Manchester United line up vs Celta Vigo

newgersy/Manchester United line up vs Celta Vigo 


The Europa League semi-final second-leg clash at Old Trafford will kick off at 20:05 BST on Thursday, 11 May.

Driving 1-0 from a week ago's first leg, Manchester United face Celta Vigo in a conclusive semi-last second leg on Thursday night, offering to achieve the last of the UEFA Europa League in Stockholm.
Jose Mourinho has admitted United’s best chance of qualifying for the Champions League is by winning the Europa League, after hopes of finishing in the Premier League’s top four diminished with recent results against Swansea City and Arsenal. That has placed a much sharper focus on this semi-final second leg that carries the hallmarks of a season-defining occasion.

Joined's long great unbeaten keep running of 25 recreations in the Premier League arrived at an end at the Emirates Stadium in last Sunday's 2-0 crush against Arsenal. Be that as it may, the Reds will hope to keep up our solid grand slam in Europe, having won every one of the six past Europa League ties at Old Trafford this season.

Mourinho made eight changes to the starting XI for Sunday’s domestic trip to Arsenal, with his mind fixed firmly on this crucial European tie against Celta. For example, Paul Pogba, Antonio Valencia, Eric Bailly and Daley Blind did not feature at all, while Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard merely made short cameo appearances from the bench.

Celta likewise turned intensely at the end of the week, a strategy the Spanish club have been executing now for a little while with nothing to play for in La Liga because of sitting in twelfth place. They were beaten 3-0 away to Malaga, enduring their fifth thrashing in six recreations over all rivalries, however star man Iago A spas and a few other key players energized their batteries for Old Trafford. The Europa League is additionally their principle center.

Celta Vigo have lost their last four games in La Liga, including the last two by a 3-0 scoreline, but Eduardo Berizzo’s side, bidding to reach their first-ever European final, boast a solid away record in the continental competition – winning three of their four games 2-0 and drawing the other match 1-1.

Joined hold a 1-0 lead from the primary leg in Spain on account of Marcus Rashford's incredible second-half free-kick, which implies Celta must score and surely win the second leg at Old Trafford. They'll be supported by the reality they have scored in every one of the six of their European away matches this season, including a magnificent 2-0 win at Shakhtar Donetsk in the Round of 32.

Heading into this all-important clash, the Reds hold a narrow advantage by virtue of a crucial away goal in the tie, as our 19-year-old no.19 Marcus Rashford scored his 19th goal of the season with a sublime free-kick in the second half to give United a deserved victory at the Estadio Balaidos in Vigo.

Match Details:


Man United vs Celta Vigo
UEFA Europa League Semi-finalGame 2
Today, 10:05 PM 
Old Trafford

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