Europa League

Thursday, November 24, 2016

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The Red Devils were in the goals at Old Trafford on Thursday in an impressive display with summer signing Henrikh Mkhitaryan also showing his worth to his manager

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The former Boca Juniors man caught Kozacik out with a brilliant improvised effort that took a deflection on its way into the net

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The coach was angered by his side's performance which he felt was not worthy of the team's name and felt their second-half performance in particular was awful

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The Red Devils and England captain rolled back the years with a record-breaking goal as he inspired his side to a massive Europa League victory, earning Twitter's praise

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The Armenian was on song as Zlatan Ibrahimovic had a hand in three goals in Manchester United's 4-0 win over Feyenoord

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Goal took in the action at San Mames, where the home side booked their place in the next round with a win that was more comfortable than the scoreline suggests

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There was a personal record for Wayne Rooney and also welcome goals for Juan Mata and Jesse Lingard as the home side put in an excellent performance to prevail

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The Bosnia international netted a hat-trick to close out a competitive game at the Stadio Olimpico, with Diego Perotti chipping in with a fortunate rabona goal too

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The England international has responded to recent criticism by breaking a club record and is now just one goal behind Sir Bobby Charlton in the club's all-time list

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The Netherlands international hit a landmark in his Red Devils career on Thursday night as Jose Mourinho named him alongside Phil Jones in the heart of the defence

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The Israeli outfit stage a second-half comeback to claim the three points, dumping Stefano Pioli's men out of the Europa League in the group stage.

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Stefano Pioli saw his new charges contrive to throw away a winning position in a dreadful second half, meaning the side can no longer progress to the knockout stages

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Claude Puel's side still have work to do if they are to progress to the knockout stages after a limp display against the hosts who will finish as group winners

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Markus Weinzierl's outfit barely had to break a sweat as they swept aside the Ligue 1 leaders to extend their winning run in Europa League Group I...

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The Saints were unable to book their place in the last-32 of the Europa League and were instead beaten by a solitary Costa Nhamoinesu goal in a tough game at the Generali Arena

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The Spanish side have the chance to seize a decisive advantage in the Europa League's most closely contested group. Follow the action from San Mames live with Goal

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The Red Devils would leapfrog their Dutch opponents into a qualification position with a win at Old Trafford. Follow the Europa League action with Goal's live commentary

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The Giallorossi are on the verge of confirming their progress into the Europa League knockouts. Follow all the action from the Stadio Olimpico with Goal's live commentary

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The Armenian forward will have a chance to impress supporting lone striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, while Sergio Romero gets the nod in goal ahead of David de Gea

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Goal took in the action at the Ulker Stadium, where second-half goals from Miroslav Stoch and Simon Kjaer sent the home side through and the visitors crashing out