It’s been a game for Man United where the final pass has been lacking, but they’ve twice managed to come up with a great move which was finished superbly.
In the build-up to this one it looks like the chance is wasted as Cavani is slow to turn and his ball into Bruno Fernandes isn’t the best, while the return one gives him a difficult volley with a man right behind him.
There was a call for offside when the ball is first played through to him, but it’s Chris Smalling who plays him on. In the 74th minute of this evening’s Europa League semi-final between Manchester United and Roma, the Red Devils made it 5-2 against the Italian side, marking a remarkable second-half turnaround.
Luke Shaw caught the Serie A outfit off guard as he opted to pass it out to Bruno Fernandes instead of whipping the ball in.
United’s superstar playmaker showed his world-class quality as he floated in a pinpoint first-time cross into the box, which was steered in by a bullet header from Paul Pogba.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have been relentless and clinical in the second-half of the tie, Roma’s hopes of coming out of this tie now seem to be firmly shattered.
The ball just evaded former Red Devils star Chris Smalling and Pogba made no mistake as he extended the Manchester outfit’s lead.
It needs a clean connection, and he sticks it right in the top corner to level the tie on the night: