|Edison Cavani rolled back the years to help United past Granada in the Europa League on Thursday. (Photo Credit: BT Sport)|
Just like it happened two seasons ago when Liverpool and Tottenham played out the UEFA Champions League finals and Chelsea and Arsenal played out the Europa League finals, it’s looking like happening again.
Manchester United reached the Europa League semifinals after Edinson Cavani's early strike and a Jesus Vallejo own goal secured a 2-0 home win over Granada on Thursday and completed a 4-0 aggregate rout of the Spanish side.
United will face AS Roma for a place in the May 26 final in Gdansk after the Italian side ground out a 3-2 aggregate win over Ajax Amsterdam with a 1-1 home draw in the second leg of their quarterfinal.
Granada came to life after falling behind and their forward Yangel Herrera twice headed inches wide as the home side appeared content to sit back.
Solskjaer rested Marcus Rashford against Granada hoping the striker would recover from a niggling foot injury for the Burnley clash and he took Paul Pogba off at halftime after the France midfielder got booked.