Marcus Rashford's free-kick gave Manchester United an away goal and a 1-0 victory over Celta Vigo in their Europa League semi-final first leg.
The game started with the returning Paul Pogba in an unusually high position, with Rashford again as a striker.
United dominated the first half, bringing an excellent performance from Sergio Alvarez in goal.
Rashford had one effort towards the top corner palmed away, and Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Jesse Lingard failed with one-on-one attempts.
In the second half, United went ahead when Rashford cleverly took Alvarez by surprise with a free-kick curled into the far corner.
United's profligacy may ultimately cost them, but the only real negatives are potential injuries to Rashford and Ashley Young – who were both substituted – with a game against Arsenal to come at the weekend.
Should United have played Marcus Rashford from the start of the season? Despite Zlatan Ibrahimovic's bumper haul of goals, Rashford has been a far more impressive player in his appearances. His ability to stretch play, and attack down the middle and the wings, is far more suited to a United side that lacks pace. For all of Ibrahimovic's quality, Rashford makes United a much more balanced side.
MAN OF THE MATCH
Marcus Rashford (Manchester United): Rashford was at the heart of much of United's best play in the first half, but he failed to create or score a goal. His head didn't dip, however, and he displayed a hitherto unseen technical prowess to whip a free-kick over the wall to give United a vital away goal for the second leg.
Celta Vigo: Alvarez 7, Mallo 6, Cabral 6, Roncaglia 6, Jonny 6, Wass 6, Radoja 6, Hernandez 6, Aspas 5, Sisto 6, Guidetti 6. Subs: Beauvue 6, Jozabed 6.
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