Manchester United on Tuesday night took their performance to a different level. The red Devils possessed the game from the starting minute to the last minute of the game.
The match started very well for Manchester United, they possessed all the breaks in the game but finally scored to win the match in the 30 minutes extra time.
Manchester United started the match without most of their first eleven players who mostly feature in their matches. The Red Devils did all they could in both halves but they did not score in either of them, so they had no option than to wait for the next 30 minutes to score.
The Substitutes that changed the game
Manchester United Finally made some key changes and these players turned the game around for the Red Devils in the last 30 minutes. Scott McTominay came in for Matic on the 73rd minute and he marvelously scored a volley on the 97th minute in the extra time.
Bruno Fernandes, Scott McTominay, Edison Cavani, Like Shaw and Brandon Williams came in and helped United to qualify to the FA quarter finals.
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