The Red Devils reaped 21 shots on target between the semifinal against Sevilla and the quarterfinals against Copenhagen, in which they only scored two penalty goals.
Manchester United was left empty-handed in this Europa League after being eliminated in the semifinal against Seville. Those of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer They failed in something vital to this sport: scoring goals.
Between the quarterfinals against Copenhagen and the recent instance against the Spanish, the English team accumulated 43 shots, of which 21 were on target, and could only score two goals, both from penalties with the execution of Bruno Fernandes.
2 – Including both their quarter-final victory over FC København and their match with Sevilla tonight, Manchester United had 46 shots, with 21 hitting the target; however, the Red Devils managed just two goals from the penalty spot in those matches. Dissect. #UEL pic.twitter.com/VOHVGVLket
– OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) August 16, 2020
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