Fans are full of praises for the trio of Manchester United's superstars, Edison Cavani, Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba after Manchester United fought back to secret AS Roma by 6-2 in one of the Europa Cup semi-finals played at Old Trafford on Thursday night.
The three players produce a spectacle to ensure that Manchester survived Roma's early onslaught as United were 2-1 down in the first half after going up through Bruno Fernades.
However, it was all United after the break as Cavani struck twice to restore the hosts’ lead before goals from Fernandes, Paul Pogba and Mason Greenwood put the Red Devils in control of the tie.
Fernandes had gotten United off to a perfect start with a delicate lobbed finish off a well-worked move from Paul Pogba and Edinson Cavani.
With Cavani and Bruno Fernades providing 2 assists with each and Pogba combining well with the two in front of him making United a delight going forward.
The fans express their admiration for the top-notch performances of the three of them, using their Twitter handle to give thumbs up and sing their praises.
Here are some of the screenshot from Twitter acknowledging the good job done by Cavani, Fernades and Pogba.
Though Roma will be returning to Rome with two away goals it seems United have done enough to secure a place in the final against either Arsenal or Villareal.
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