Manchester United have scored a vital away goal to take the lead in their Europa League quarter-final first leg against Granada – and fans were left wondering how TV cameras missed the goal.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s strong side made a slow start but Marcus Rashford has scored on the half-hour mark to give the Reds a crucial advantage.
Unfortunately for fans watching at home, fans missed the build-up to the goal as TV camera’s were showing a replay of a Granada attack.
It took some quick-thinking and exquisite execution from Victor Lindelof to pick out Rashford with a stunning long-range ball over the top.
Rashford’s inclusion was questioned by some supporters this evening but Solskjaer’s decision has been vindicated after a fine piece of quality by the England international.
The 23-year-old controlled perfectly before poking past the goalkeeper to give United the lead.
See the goal below. Footage courtesy of RMC Sport.