…Bruno Fernandes score the only goal of the match against Copenhagen to shoot Manchester United to semi-final
Manchester United qualified for the semi-final of the Europa League on Monday as Bruno Fernandes scored the only goal of the match against Copenhagen in the extra time.
This has made him the current highest goal scorer in the Europa League with seven goals (five with Sporting Lisbon, two with Man United).
The Red Devils with their victory over Copenhagen after 120minutes in the last-8 final tie on Monday will battle the winner between Wolves and Sevilla.
In another game, Inter Milan striker, Romelu Lukaku, broke two Europa League records after scoring a goal in his side’s 2-1 victory over Bayer Leverkusen in the quarter-final tie on Monday night.
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The Chelsea and Manchester United former striker scored a goal against Leverkusen to record an aggregate of 9 goals in consecutive appearances in the Europa League dating back to 2014.
It is also the longest goal-scoring form by a single player in Europa League record, breaking a tie with Newcastle United Legend, Alan Shearer who had eight goals.
The Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side finished third on the EPL table this season may go all the way to win the title.