The Europa League matches played yesterday across Europe recorded series of victories and uncertain end as all teams await the second leg tie.
Manchester United were outstanding in their away victory against Sociedad in Spain, with a resounding 4-0 victory which seems to have put Solsjaer’s men in the driver’s seat ahead of the second clash.
Mourinho’s Tottenham also secured a massive 4-1 victory in their away leg, with Son, Bale, Lucas all scoring one each and a late goal from Carlo Vinicius. Wolfsberger’s only goal came through a penalty in the 55’ minutes through Liendi.
Roma handed 10-men Braga a 2-0 victory in Portugal to get a first-leg advantage while Granada, Shakhtar Donetsk, Rangers, Young Boys, Olympiacos Piraeus all got victories too.
However, AC Milan tried to escape with a victory against 10-men FK Crvena zvezda but an injury time goal ensured the home side secured a point from the game to make it end 2-2.
Leicester City settled for an away goalless draw against Slavia Prague and will be hoping to make up in the second-leg, while Hoffenheim got a thriller 3-3 draw against Molde in a neutral ground.