The first leg matches were played for the semifinals of the Europa League and the Manchester United seems to have secured his place in the Final thanks to the powerful display of those led by Ole Gunnar Solskjær at the ‘Theater of Dreams’
Waiting for the return commitments to be played on Thursday, May 6, in ESPN Digital Here’s what the semi-finalists need to advance to the final to be held at Gdańsk Stadium on May 26:
Roma vs. Manchester United
The Reds Devils took a very important step in their aspirations to win the Europa League by beating Roma 6-2 at Old Trafford. With this result, United have practically tied their ticket to the grand final.
Manchester will only have to maintain their bulky lead on the aggregate scoreboard to seal their place in the final and could even afford to lose the game back by as much as 3-0. In the event of scoring a goal on Italian territory, United would force Roma to score at least five goals.
For their part, Roma are bound to perform a feat in needing a 4-0 win to advance to the title match. The 6-2 result in the second leg would be the only score that would send the tie into extra time.
Arsenal vs. Villarreal
Unai Emery’s Yellow Submarine achieved a valuable 2-1 victory at the Estadio de la Cerámica although Nicolas Pépé’s goal gave life to Arsenal in the tie and maintains the Gunners’ dream of winning the second level title. of clubs that UEFA provides.
Villarreal can advance to the Europa League final by tying in the second leg by either score and if he scores a score in England, Arsenal would be forced to score at least two goals.
On the other hand, the Premier League team needs only one goal and not allow any Villarreal score to qualify for the final. In case the Yellow Submarine scores, Arsenal would send the tie to overtime with two goals and would occupy a third score to advance directly.