Man United takes out Roma

Manchester United joined the Europa League finals on Thursday. After the 6-2 defeat last week, AS Roma had a dream of a megastunt, but the two outgoals did the Romans: 3-2.
Manchester United won 6-2 last week and so no one doubted a good ending in Rome. It offered manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to save Paul Pogba for the final. The Frenchman was on sharp and would have been suspended by a yellow card. Thats why Donny played van de Beek.
Roma seemed to believe in a stunt, but saw all hope disappear as snow before the sun when Edinson Cavani turned it 0-1 just before rest. The goal of Edin Dzeko after 57 minutes seemed for the statistics, but when Bryan Cristante made 2-1 not much later, something arose at Roma. Trainer Paulo Fonseca saw his team miss a great chance at 3-1. An expensive miss, because Cavani made 2-2 after 68 minutes and that was the death blow for Roma.
Roma had more than 22 minutes to make four goals, but that turned out to be too little. Nicola Zalewski
s 3-2 fell only after 83 minutes and although Fonseca brought some attackers into the field, it wasnt enough to shake Manchester United.