MANCHESTER UNITED FOR EUROPA FINALS
MANCHESTER UNITED QUALIFIES FOR EUROPA LEAGUE FINALS.
Despite yesterdays draw with scotish side Celtic Vigo 1-1 at oldTrafford, Manchester united managed to qualify for E
by 2-1 aggregate victory.
Marouane Fellaini’s 17th-minute header put United 1-0 up , but Celta hit back late on through Facundo Roncaglia, who was then sent off along with United’s Eric Bailly following a centre-circle shoving contest.
We suffered until the end and it was open until the last second,” United manager Jose Mourinho told reporters.
“After 14 matches we are in the final. If we win the Europa League I am more than happy. It would be amazing.”
United will face a youthful Ajax team in the final at Stockholm’s Friends Arena on May 24, when they can complete their trophy collection and perhaps more importantly — book a place in next season’s Champions League.