Manchester United trash Roma

 Bruno Fernandes and Edinson Cavani both scored twice as Manchester united dug out from a deficit to make a significant stride towards fixing a spot in next month's Europa Group last. 

Fernandes gave united an ideal beginning in their semi-last with Italian side Roma when he cleared home Cavani's first-time lay-off. 

Paul Pogba's handball permitted Lorenzo Pellegrini to adjust before the Roma skipper's pass permitted previous Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko to score his 6th objective in five Old Trafford appearances to turn the tie on its head considerably time. 

Be that as it may, united revitalized after the break. Cavani evened out with a heavenly first-time exertion prior to tapping the hosts back in front when substitute guardian Antonio Mirante pushed Aaron Wan-Bissaka's calculated shot into his way. 

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men were in no disposition to neglect their benefit a subsequent time, in spite of the fact that it took a blessed punishment for what appeared to be a harmless Chris Smalling tackle on Cavani to give Fernandes the possibility add a fourth from the spot. 

Pogba at that point fueled home an exact header from Fernandes' cross before Greenwood ran on to Cavani's pass and drove home United's 6th, making them the main side to score six goals in a significant European semi-last since Genuine Madrid in the 1964 European Cup.

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