Manchester United and FC Copenhagen are currently all level at 0-0 in what is turning out to be an end-to-end and wide open Europa League quarter-final.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Reds did not have the best start to the game and had to call upon the likes of Brandon Williams to keep them all square after a superb goal-line headed clearance.
However, as the game has gone, midfielders aul Pogba and Fred have gradually began to control proceedings with attacker Bruno Fernandes having a tremendous second-half, so far.
Despite the game ebbing and flowing end-to-end with chances for both sides, United will feel they’ve been unlucky not to have taken the lead.
In fact, they’ve been so unlucky that they’ve hit the woodwork three times in the first 75 minutes of the game which sets a new competition record.
Manchester United have hit the woodwork more times than any other side in the Europa League this season…
— Football on BT Sport #Club2020 (@btsportfootball) August 10, 2020