Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says the success of the European League could be “a catalyst” for more titles | football news


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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking to finish the season at its highest level after Manchester United set up the Europa League semi-final against Roma, with Marcus Rashford’s goal and a late penalty kick by Bruno Fernandez in Granada last week in the Red Devils dominating the quarter-finals. The final draw against European arrivals. United followed this with another 2–0 win on Thursday, when Edinson Cavani scored an early and late goal through Jess Vallejo to clinch a 4–0 aggregate victory as Roma close to the club’s 18th semifinal. – The draw brings back memories of United’s impressive 8-3 aggregate victory against the Italian team in the 2007 Champions League quarter-finals. Photo: Edinson Cavani extended Manchester United’s lead over Granada Solshire and was involved in both legs, and the current Roam team includes Henrik Mkhitarian and Chris Smalling – The beginning was when United won the European League title in 2017. “We lost the match away from our stadium, but the strange thing was the management [Sir Alex Ferguson] He was so happy after that defeat – I never saw him happy after losing a match, “said the United manager, after he provided a decisive pass in the 2-1 away loss before coming to Old Trafford’s 7-1 victory. He was so confident that we would win the game at home, a very surreal experience indeed. We need to get the most out of it. We have a chance to go to the final. Today well done. A disciplined, professional job and not subject to much pressure. ”Solskjaer hopes to make him lucky for the fifth time after United failed in four semi-finals last season and this. Photo: Cavani sweeps his home on his first time at the bottom said the Norwegian, who is looking for his first title In the referee: “Let’s hope so.” You know, when you get to the semi-finals, that’s the nature of the game – you play against good teams. “We played against some good teams but we are enjoying the chance to go to the final again. I have seen determination and attitude in every player that we want to go further. “The disappointment with our defeats gave us the incentive to go one step further and hopefully we can finish the season at the highest level.” Paul Pogba captained the team in the absence of suspended Harry Maguire and provided a clever assist in the opening match for Cavani. Picture: Paul Pogba was substituted at halftime after being booked, but the midfielder was substituted at the end of the first half as Granada asked him for a second reservation. “I did not want to risk the scenario in which he entered,” Solskjaer said, “He stepped in and was a little late.” I thought he entered fairly, won little, and received two fouls against him. I did not think it was mistakes, so there was no point in risking him and me (Van De Beek needed a match and he did well. But Paul is the leader on and off the field. I have quite a few of them. What next? Sunday, April 18, 3:30 pm, kick-off at 4:00 pm, Manchester United returns to the Premier League matches on the big Sunday as Burnley hosts at 4 pm, live on Sky Sports Premier League and event The main Granada will host Eibar in the League next Thursday at 8 pm, the round-trip European League semi-final draw: April 29 | The first leg: May 6, Manchester United, Rome, Villarreal and Arsenal, when and where the Europa League final match will take place on Wednesday 26 May at the Gdansk stadium Arena in Poland The stadium was due to host the 2020 final, but after the tournament was postponed due to Covid-19, the match was held in Cologne, Germany, where Sevilla beat Inter 3-2.


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