Manchester United have been drawn against Celta de Vigo in the semi-finals of the UEFA Europa League.
United beat Anderlecht in extra-time in Thursday night’s quarter-final second leg, with a superb Marcus Rashford goal bailing the Red Devils out after a poor performance against the Belgian side.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan, as in the first leg, opened the scoring at Old Trafford – but Algerian international Sofiane Hanni equalised for the visitors, and the 1-1 scoreline at full-time meant an extra period had to be played.
When Fellaini’s knock-down fell to Rashford in the box, the youngster had a lot to do, but he beat two defenders with a deft touch and rolled it in to send United to a European semi-final.
Celta de Vigo also beat a Belgian side on their way to the semi-final. The Spanish side, who are currently 10th place in La Liga, beat Genk 4-3 on aggregate in their Europa League quarter-final.
The first leg of the semi-final will be played at Celta’s Bailaidos stadium on Thursday 4th May, with the return leg at Old Trafford a week later on Thursday 11th May.