Manchester United eased into the Europa League semi-finals on Thursday, staying on course for a potential all-English final against Arsenal after a 4-0 aggregate win against Granada.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer‘s men went into the second leg at Old Trafford after a comfortable 2-0 win in Spain and knew that, barring a disaster, they were almost certain to progress.
An early Edinson Cavani goal, his first for the club in Europe, virtually sealed the tie, though the visitors had chances of their own in both halves to keep the tie alive.
Manchester United, who won the competition under Jose Mourinho in 2017, will be desperate to win their last-four clash against Roma after four semi-final defeats under Solskjaer.
The trio of the Italians side AS Roma, Arsenal, and Villarreal also made it to the pre-final stage of the competition.
While AS Roma faces United for the first time in the competition, Arsenal will be slugging it out with the Spanish side, Villarreal for a place in the final.
Looking at the four sides and checking out every analysis, the Manchester United side seems to be on their way to winning their second Europa League cup having won it in 2017 under manager, Mourinho.
Here Are 4 Solid Reasons Manchester United Will Win The Europa League This Season:-
1. They Are The Most Recent Winner Out Of 4 Teams In Semi-Finals
While Villarreal is the team with the highest number of Europa League appearances of the last four teams left in the tournament, they are the only team that has not lifted the trophy.
Of the four, three of them have lifted the trophy with only Manchester United the recent lifter of the prestigious second-tier UEFA Cup.
Arsenal and Italian side, Roma were only able to lift the trophy in 1970 and 1961 respectively when the cup was still named Fairs Cup.
Manchester United recently lifted the trophy in 2017 under Mourinho.