Manchester United 6-2 Roma: Cavani and Fernandes lead a tumultuous setback in the second half before Pogba and Greenwood join the game after Dzeko and Pellegrini scored two away goals
- Bruno Fernandes gave Manchester United a 1-0 lead in the eighth minute
- Lorenzo Pellegrini equalized from the penalty spot after a Pogba handball
- Former townspeople Edin Dzeko put Roma 2-1 ahead in the 33rd minute
- Edinson Cavani brings United up to par at the start of the second half
- Cavani scored his second goal and put United 3-2 ahead in the 63rd minute
- Bruno Fernandes makes it 4-2 from the penalty spot
- Pogba adds a fifth before Mason Greenwood comes off 6-2 late
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Manchester United welcome the Roma to the Red Devils in the first leg of their Europa League semi-final to keep their hopes for a cup to end the season.
The Premier League team dropped out at this stage of the competition last season and lost to eventual winners Sevilla. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is desperate to reach his first final as United coach.
Standing in the way is the Serie A team led by former United defender Chris Smalling, who is returning to Old Trafford for the first time since leaving the club for good last summer.
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