The UEFA Europa league second leg games were played tonight, three English club were vying for a place in the UEFA Europa League quarter finals. Man United, Arsenal and Tottenham all hope to secure a place in the competition's round of 8.
Arsenal host Olympiacos in the UEFA Europa League round of 16 second leg at the Emirate stadium, the gunners already had a 3-1 advantage over Olympiacos in the first leg before tonights game. However, Olympiacos defeated Arsenal at Emirate stadium but Mikel Arteta's men qualified on a 3-2 aggregate.
Tottenham hotspur were dumped out of the competition by Dynamo Zagreb after they lost 3-0 away from home, despite the team's first leg win, Dynamo made a comeback to secure their place in the competition round of 8.
Man United is the last English club to play tonigh, they travel to the San Siro to play against a well disciplined AC Milan side. The Red devils had played 1-1 at old Trafford last Thursday but a 1-0 win tonight made them the second English team after Arsenal to secured their place in the quarter finals of the competition.
After Manchester United Won AC Milan 2-1 To Qualify, See Their Next Opponent In The League As They Will Face Off Against Leceister On Sunday For Their FA Cup clash.
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