Man United vs Granada: Manchester United reached the Europa League semifinals after Addison Cavani's opening strike and a Jesus Vallejo 2-0 win over Granada on Thursday Won home victory and completed a 4–0 overall lead for the Spanish side. United will take on AS Roma for a place in Gdansk on 26 May, followed by an Italian team's 1–1 victory over Ajax Amsterdam in the second leg of the quarter-finals with a score of 3–2.
Joint manager Ole Gunnar Solaskar said, "We look forward to it. We are in the semi-finals. It seems like a proper European tie because Roma is a club with a lot of history. " “We have performed well against the Italian sides before.
“We are hoping to reach the finals. If we can finish the season with a trophy that would be awesome. "Cavani made a bright start to the European competition in their sixth-minute clinical sixth-minute finals jointly.
He was killed after falling behind Granada, and his side-swept Yangel Herrera widened twice inches as material appeared to sit back towards the house. Bruno Fernandes opened the bar for United for the first time in the 34th minute with a stunning volley and Cavani led the far post before scoring at the wrong end of the pitch in the 90th minute.
In the 90th minute, Vallejo scored at the wrong end of the pitch as Alex Tales swung in a cross from the left and the center back gave Silva no chance with an incorrect header that ended in the bottom corner.
Fernandes said he was confident of United, losing in last season's semifinal to eventual winner Sevilla FC, could beat Roma. "Every team will give you problems," the Portugal midfielder told BT Sport.
“They have a good organization defensively, they can cause problems offensively. Some of his players have played in England. We know what we need to do. If we do the right things, we will have our chances to win the game. "
Solaskar rested Marcus Rashford against Grenada and hoped that Burnley would overcome a striker leg injury for the clash and he stopped Paul Pogba at halftime after the French midfielder was booked.
"Sometimes, Paul wants to win so much," said Norwegian. "He went into a pair of tackles after his yellow card, but I felt that I didn't want to risk [being sent] even if he played so well."
"We hope" Rashford "is ready. Today was about not putting him at risk. He was on the bench just in case because you never know in a knockout tie. He is playing with a bad leg. "All-English finalists opened up as Villarreal face Arsenal in the final four after the Gunners won 5–1 overall after defeating Slavia Prague 4–0.