Manchester United 4-0 Granada (4-0)| Europa League Quarterfinal 2nd leg | Player Ratings
Another 2-0 victory is enough to send Manchester United through to a second consecutive Europa League semifinal with a goal from Edinson Cavani and a Jesús Vallejo ensuring a 4-0 aggregate result.
David de Gea: 6
Was busier than he was in the first leg but still, nothing really challenged him. De Gea could also be seen coming off his line and sweeping like Dean Henderson.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka: 7
Another strong showing to follow on to his display against Tottenham Hotspur. The right-back had his flank on lockdown completing a number of important blocks and tackles.Embed from Getty Images
Axel Tuanzebe: 7
Back in the team in place of the suspended Harry Maguire. Alongside Aaron Wan-Bissaka put in a strong shift defensively, aerially he dominated also.
Victor Lindelof: 5
The Swede was responsible for some early Granada opportunities with some poor defensive positioning.
Alex Telles: 7
Played a huge part in United’s second goal with a superb cross into the box. The Brazilian didn’t put a foot wrong the whole 90 minutes.
Fred was steady in midfield but gave the ball away cheaply.
Nemanja Matic: 7
Patrolled the midfield and was responsible for the controlled tempo of the game.Embed from Getty Images
Bruno Fernandes: 6
One or two glimpses of some real quality but seemed to overthink a lot of decisions on the ball.
Paul Pogba: 7
The Frenchman was fantastic. His quality showed again, from holding off multiple players and his skill to create Cavani’s goal was sensational.Embed from Getty Images
Edinson Cavani: 7
Apart from the goal he provided some needed work-rate working back the other way attempting to prevent Granada attacks.
Mason Greenwood: 6
Missed a great opportunity to get himself a goal with a free header in the centre of the box but failed to convert. Other than that he was on the fringes of proceedings.
Donny van de Beek: 7
Amad Diallo: 6
Juan Mata: 6
Brandon Williams: 6