Man. United-Granada | Manchester United – Granada Europa League preview: where to watch it, team news, probable line-ups | UEFA Europa League

    Man. United-Granada | Manchester United – Granada Europa League preview: where to watch it, team news, probable line-ups | UEFA Europa League

    Following a 2-0 win over Manchester United, Granada will visit Old Trafford on 15 April (21:00CET) in search of a historic feat that will allow them to reach the semi-finals. This news will be updated with information from the teams, statements and expert analysis as the start of the clash approaches.

    Last hour of the game

    What happened in the first leg?

    Granada 0-2 Manchester United (2 minutes)

    Granada did not have a bad game, but was punished by the effectiveness of United. First it was Rashford who opened the scoring with a goal after half an hour of play, and in the final minutes of the clash, Bruno Fernandes sentenced the game by transforming a penalty committed on himself.

    Where to watch the game on TV

    Fans can see which operators offer the match in their territory here.

    State of form

    Manchester United
    Shape: VVDVVE
    Next match: Tottenham – United, 11/04
    Position in your league: 2nd in the Premier League

    Granada
    Shape: DDDDVV
    Next match: Valladolid – Granada, 04/11
    Position in your league: 9th in the League

    Probable lineups

    Man. United: De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Lindelöf, Tuanzebe, Alex Telles; Fred, Matić; James, Bruno Fernandes, Greenwood; Cavani

    Granada: Rui Silva; Foulquier, Vallejo, Germán, Neva; Herrera, Gonalons; Kenedy, Montoro, Darwin Machís; Soldier

    Man. United-Granada | Manchester United – Granada Europa League preview: where to watch it, team news, probable line-ups | UEFA Europa League

    All Rashford goals in the Europa League

    Expert analysis

    Matthew Howarth, United reporter: “Bruno Fernandes’ goal from the penalty spot in Spain has given the ‘Red Devils’ an important advantage heading into the second leg. United were not much superior in a first leg that lacked pace and tension, but it is difficult for Granada to come back at Old Trafford “.

    Gonzalo Aguado, Granada reporter: “Granada has not come this far to lower their arms after the 0-2 in the first leg. Diego Martínez’s men have shown that they never give up, and they are sure to go to Old Trafford to look for a historic comeback. And we already know that in football anything can happen … “

    Declarations of the protagonists

    Ole Gunnar Solskjær, coach of Manchester United: “We have three suspended for the next game, but the 0-2 is a very good result.”

    Jesús VaIlejo, defender of Granada: “We have to be happy with our performance [en el partido de ida]. If we play like this in Manchester we can win, although I don’t know if it will be enough. “

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