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Diogo Dalot
A. Wan-Bissaka
V. Lindelöf
Lisandro Martínez
A. Elanga
Bruno Fernandes
M. Rashford
0 - 1
F. Pellistri
Yellow Card

Match Stats

45% 54%
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 2 4
Total Passes 418 497
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Next up for United is an FA Cup quarter-final showdown with Fulham at Old Trafford on Sunday. On the same day, Betis look to respond when they host Mallorca in LaLiga.
Manchester United soar through to the Europa League quarter-finals after wrapping up a commanding 5-1 aggregate victory over Real Betis. The damage was done in the first leg at Old Trafford, with Marcus Rashford's stunning long-range effort the only goal in Spain today. United will discover their quarter-final opponents in Friday's draw.
90' There are going to be three additional minutes at the end of this second leg.
88' We are into the final two minutes of regulation time and it is going to be an emphatic aggregate victory for United.
86' Another opportunity goes begging for Betis. Juanmi is brilliantly found in the box, but his first touch is too heavy and United clear.
84' The hosts will switch their focus to LaLiga after this game. Los Verdiblancos are fifth in the table - just three points behind fourth-placed Real Sociedad - and are well in the hunt to secure Champions League qualification.
82' Betis looking to bow out on a high as they threaten once more. However, they cannot find a way through the United defence.
80' United race away on the counter after Pellestri finds Sancho. Although one on one with the goalkeeper, the England forward cannot beat him from close range. Thankfully for Sancho, his blushes are spared by the offside flag.
79' The hosts look to threaten as the clock ticks down and force a corner. Pezzella meets it, but cannot direct his header on target.
77' Betis' struggles on home soil are set to continue. Should this scoreline remain, Los Verdiblancos will have won just one of their last eight home games.
V. Lindelöf
Lisandro Martínez
75' Lindelof is also introduced with Martinez making way.
Diogo Dalot
A. Wan-Bissaka
75' The visitors make a double-change. The first sees Dalot replace Wan-Bissaka.
74' United in complete control as we approach the final quarter of an hour. They are cruising towards a place in the quarter-finals.
72' The veteran Guardado is one of only a handful of players to have played at five different World Cups. He is part of an exclusive group that also includes the likes of Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lothar Matthaus.
70' A lofted pass towards the area is cushioned by Sancho into the path of Weghorst. But the striker is unable to connect cleanly with his volley, and Rui Silva collects.
A. Elanga
Bruno Fernandes
68' United also turn to the bench again with Elanga replacing Fernandes.
A. Guardado
G. Rodríguez
66' Another Betis change sees Guardado replace Rodriguez.
65' GOOD SAVE! Sabitzer latches onto Fernandes' neatly threaded throughball, but Rui Silva produces a smart reflex save to deny his low strike.
64' United have never been eliminated from the Europa League last 16 after winning their first leg. Barring a spectacular collapse, they should extend that record here.
62' Just wide! United seek more goals and Maguire meets a corner at the near post, but the skipper is unable to guide his header on target.
M. Sabitzer
60' Fred is also given a breather with Sabitzer taking his place.
J. Sancho
M. Rashford
60' United also make two changes. The first sees Rashford replaced by Sancho.
Sergio Canales
59' Substitution Joaquín Sánchez Rodríguez Sergio Canales Madrazo
Borja Iglesias
Aitor Ruibal
59' A double-change by Betis. The first sees Canales replace Ruibal.
Willian José
Ayoze Pérez
59' Jose is also introduced with Perez making way.
57' An historic goal for Rashford, who becomes the youngest United player to score 25 European goals for the club. He is also the youngest Englishman to achieve the feat.
56' Casemiro found Rashford, who did the rest in emphatic fashion.
M. Rashford
56' RASHFORD!!! WHAT A GOAL! 1-0 on the day, 5-1 on aggregate! Rashford makes up for that earlier miss in some style. Receiving the ball from Casemiro, he unleashes a fierce 25-yard drive that flashes into the bottom corner. That should kill off the tie.
55' WHAT A MISS! Rashford should score! Moments after De Gea saves from Perez, the England international beats the offside trap to latch onto Fernandes' throughball. He goes for power with only Rui Silva to beat, but only succeeds in blazing high over the bar.
53' GOOD SAVE! A great opportunity for United as they neatly work the ball to Rashford, but Rui Silva is quickly out of goal to deny him.
51' The visitors maintain their threat with Pellestri embarking on a spirited run into the area. But Betis recover to thwart him, while Fred fires an ambitious effort over moments later.
50' OVER! At the other end, Rashford drives into the box before firing just over from a tight angle.
49' Ruibal goes for goal, but drags his effort well wide of the target. Nevertheless, these are positive early signs for the hosts to build on.
47' Betis go straight onto the attack and Joaquin tries his luck from distance. His effort is not too far away, but never really troubling De Gea.
46' United get the ball rolling once more in this second half.
With their three-goal cushion, United still have plenty of breathing space, though another goal would provide them increased security. Meanwhile, Betis have no choice but to go for it if they are to have any chance of turning this tie around.
The second leg remains goalless despite an exciting first half at Benito Villamarin. Both sides have produced a combined 11 shots on goal so far, but just two have been on target. They will look to be more clinical after the break.
45' + 2' OFF THE POST! With the final opportunity of the half, Fernandes' free-kick eventually drops for Pellestri. His driven volley bounces against the post, with a sliding Weghorst just unable to apply the vital touch.
45' We are going to play a single additional minute at the end of this first half.
43' Following a purposeful Maguire surge down the right wing, Fernandes eventually sends the ball into the box. However, his lofted pass just evades Rashford and Pellestri, before trickling behind for a goal kick.
41' The home fans in fine voice as their side are awarded a free-kick. Joaquin sends the ball in and despite keeping the pressure alive, Betis are eventually penalised when Carvalho catches Casemiro late.
39' We are still goalless as we approach the final five minutes of the first half. As things stand, this result would certainly suit United.
37' Five of United's last seven away European games have now been played in Spain. The Red Devils are unbeaten in their last four such outings, and would progress to the quarter-finals should they extend that streak here.
35' A scuffle breaks out between Rashford and Pezzella, with the latter taking exception to his opponent refusing to return the ball after being ruled offside. But the referee is quickly over to calm the situation.
33' The odds are certainly stacked against Betis today. Los Verdiblancos have only progressed from one of their six major European ties when losing the first leg. That came against Vejle BK in the opening round of the 1998-99 UEFA Cup.
31' Good goalkeeping! Juanmi latches onto Ruibal's neat throughball, but De Gea is quickly out of goal to thwart the Betis forward, who subsequently heads his rebound over.
F. Pellistri
Yellow Card
29' Following a collision with Gonzalez, Pellestri receives the first yellow card of the contest. Although, the United winger can consider himself extremely unfortunate.
28' Of course, Betis' coach Pellegrini has strong connections with Manchester. Indeed, the Chilean was in charge of United's rivals City between 2013 and 2016, winning a Premier League title and two EFL Cups with the Citizens.
Juan Miranda
26' Vinicius cannot continue after an earlier knock. He is replaced by Miranda.
25' Rashford and Malacia combine down the left with the latter looking to square for a team-mate in the box. But Betis deal with the situation.
23' Rashford could make history today. Aged 25 years and 136 days old, a goal here would see him become the youngest player to score 25 in Europe for United.
21' Fernandes lets fly with an ambitious long-range attempt that does not go too far over the crossbar. Moments later, an unmarked Rashford chests the ball straight at Rui Silva. However, the offside flag was subsequently raised against the England forward.
19' Concern for Betis as Vinicius goes down moments after blocking Wan-Bissaka's attempted cross. The hosts are readying a substitute, but he appears fine to continue.
17' United threaten down the left flank with Rashford leading the charge. But the in-form England international uncharacteristically slips at a vital moment, and Betis clear the danger.
15' Nothing comes of the corner as De Gea comes out of goal to collect. Nevertheless, it has been a positive start from Betis, who must look to build on this.
13' The hosts have momentum and a solid spell of pressure culminates in a corner. Can they capitalise by breaking the deadlock in this second leg?
11' OFF THE POST! The ball breaks kindly for Joaquin to try his luck from distance. The 41-year-old unleashes a bending 25-yard effort that shaves the far post with De Gea struggling to get there.
10' Needing to win 3-0 today, Betis know what it takes to achieve that. Indeed, they did so in their most recent home European match against HJK Helsinki. Although, United do provide a completely different prospect in that regard.
8' CHANCE! After Weghorst is inches away from providing the crucial final touch, Betis embark on a swift counter. Well-found, Juanmi races away from Maguire, but drags his shot wide of the far post.
7' A good opportunity for United, who are awarded a corner after Wan-Bissaka's cross deflects behind off Juanmi.
5' Following a spell of Betis pressure, United look to hit their opponents on the counter. Rashford threads the ball through for Pellestri to run onto, but Rui Silva is quickly out of goal to gather.
3' This is Betis' first home European game against an English opponent since November 2005, when they beat Chelsea 1-0 in the Champions League.
1' Referee Srdjan Jovanovic blows the whistle and Betis get the second leg under way.
The players are coming out onto the pitch and kick-off is fast approaching.
Betis are aiming to follow in the footsteps of compatriots Valencia. Los Che are the only side to overturn a three-goal deficit from the first leg of a Europa League knockout tie, doing so against Basel in the 2013-14 quarter-finals.
Meanwhile, Erik ten Hag makes four alterations from the goalless draw with Southampton. There is a first start for Pellestri, who impressed from the bench in the first leg, while Maguire returns to captain the side. Malacia and Fred also come into the starting line-up. Varane, Shaw and Sancho drop the bench, Antony misses out through illness.
Manuel Pellegrini makes six changes to the side that began Betis' 1-1 draw with Villarreal at the weekend. Rui Silva, Pezzella, Rodríguez, Ruibal and Perez, who scored at Old Trafford last week, are the five players to retain their places in the starting XI.
SUBS: Jack Butland, Tom Heaton, Victor Lindelof, Marcel Sabitzer, Raphael Varane, Diogo Dalot, Luke Shaw, Jadon Sancho, Anthony Elanga, Scott McTominay.
MANCHESTER UNITED (4-2-3-1): David de Gea; Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Harry Maguire, Lisandro Martinez, Tyrell Malacia; Casemiro, Fred; Facundo Pellestri, Bruno Fernandes, Marcus Rashford; Wout Weghorst.
SUBS: Claudio Bravo, Dani Martin, Victor Ruiz, Borja Iglesias, Sergio Canales, Luiz Henrique, Willian Jose, Andres Guardado, Rodrigo Sanchez, Juan Miranda, Felix Marti, Dani Perez.
REAL BETIS (4-2-3-1): Rui Silva; Youssouf Sabaly, German Pezzella, Edgar Gonzalez, Abner Vinicius; Guido Rodriguez, William Carvalho; Aitor Ruibal, Joaquin, Juanmi; Ayoze Perez.
Following a resounding 4-1 win at Old Trafford last week, United arrive at Benito Villamarin with one foot already in the quarter-finals. But the tie is not over yet, and Betis will certainly not go down without a fight.
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