Manchester United’s Europa League win over FC Copenhagen sees Reds break 11 year record

Manchester United have successfully come through their Europa League quarter-final against Danish side FC Copenhagen this evening after Bruno Fernandes’ scored the only goal of the game from the penalty spot.

The Reds will now join Antonio Conte’s Inter Milan in the competition’s semi-finals as both side wait to learn their opponents as Shakhtar Donetsk take-on FC Basel and Wolves go up against Sevilla in tomorrow’s games.

United’s 1-0 victory tonight sees this youthful United side break yet another long standing club record.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s youth Reds have become the first United side since the 2008-09 seasons to reach three semi-finals in the same campaign.

In addition to tonight’s accomplishment United made it through to the semi-final stages of both the Carabao Cup and FA Cup earlier this season but unfortunately missed out on their chance to reach either competition’s finals at the hands of Manchester City and Chelsea respectively.

United will now be hoping to go one better in the Europa League than what they did in the domestic cups by winning just two more games and lifting the European title for the second time in just three years.

Not bad for a Norwegian P.E teacher.

Read more: Video: Solskjaer credits Bruno Fernandes for penalty taking ability after FC Copenhagen win

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