Manchester United Extends Unbetean Run, After A Massive 5-0 Win In The Last 16 First-leg Fixture Of The Europa League .

Manchester United cruised to a massive 5-0 victory away to Austrian side LASK in the Europa League round of 16 first-leg tie on Thursday night.

The match which was played behind closed doors at the Linzer stadion, saw Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men comfortably defeating the home team, Odion Ighalo, opened the scoring on the night in the 28th minutes, after netting home a well controlled pass from Bruno Fernandes, he shot the ball underside of the bar from 20 yards before the end of the first-half.

The second half resumed with United extending their lead, with goals from Daniel James, Juan Mata, Mason Greenwood, and Andreas Periera who were all on the score sheet.

The Nigerian international Odion Ighalo who was handed his third starts for the team, scoring his fourth goal for the club, was voted the Man of the Match after a sensational performance on the night with a goal and an assist.

Valerien Ismael LASK team having won their match 1-0 away to Mattersburg in the Austrian Bundesliga last Sunday, currently sits top of the league with 54 points, and 6 points above second place team RB Salszburg.

United remains unbeaten in their last 11 matches across all competitions, and now have a 5 goals advantage, going into the return leg fixture at Old Trafford, which was earlier scheduled to be played next week

Due to the ongoing fear of the spread of the Coronavirus, UEFA has temporarily suspended the competition with a new date yet to be unclear, but would be communicated in due course.

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