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3 Things We Saw As Man United Dumped AC Milan & Ibrahimovic Out Of The Uefa Europa League

By Jnickron | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 6669 views

Manchester United joined English side, Arsenal in the Quarter Finals of the Uefa Europa League as they defeated AC Milan 1-0 (2-1 on aggregate) at the San Siro tonight courtesy of goal from Paul Pogba.

After Man United won 1-0, here are the three things we noticed in the fixture ;

1. Paul Pogba's Instant Impact.

Pogba marked his return from injury with a goal as he came off the bench to fire Manchester United into the lead in the 49th minute. He replaced Marcus Rashford in the 46th minute & opened the scoring three minutes later.

2. Man United Lost Spark In the Last Minutes Of The Clash!.

Despite having a goal over AC Milan at the San Siro, Manchester United lost their initial spark in the fixture as AC Milan grew into the fixture & were able to trouble them a couple of times on the attack.

3. Manchester United Win 1-0 Thanks To Paul Pogba.

Ole Gunnar's Solksjaer's decision to bring Paul Pogba to the match earns Manchester United the win away from home as the French International scored the winner for the red devil's, taking his side to the Quarter Finals of the competition.

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