A match with looked as if it was nothing more than an easy win for Manchester United, massive favourite with all bookies with odds as short as 2/7, but Copenhagen gave a great account of themselves and showed that at this stage of the tournament no one is a pushover. Bruno Fernandes’ penalty in the extra time finally broke the dead lock in what see’s United get through to another semi-final.

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In the first half, Copenhagen looked very dangerous and had multiple chances to take the lead, and it would have happened if Eric Bailly wasn’t fielded, making some incredible last ditch tackles. United looked tired, fitness looked low, no fluidity to the play and lost the ruthlessness that had seen them gain 3rd in the Premier League to secure Champions League football next season.

The game totally flipped on it’s head in the second half though, a game in which United totally flipped their attitude and took the game to the Danish champions. Registering 14 shots on target, hitting the woodwork multiple times and having two disallowed goals by Rashford and Greenwood, it didn’t look as if United were ever going to score.

Unfortunately for Copenhagen, the breakthrough did come in Extra Time from the penalty spot, but that doesn’t take away from the man of the match performance from goalkeeper Karl-Johan Johnsson who will have been gutted to concede after such a good performance.

United are now through to their second semi-final of the season, who they will be playing either Wolves or Sevilla for a place in the Europa League Final – a successful season if they can bring that trophy home we believe.