If you only look at the results United won with a total score was 7-1 after the two legs, everyone thought "Reds" simply crush rivals "Tiny" Lask coming from Austria. However, if the track direct return leg will feel anxiety for the home side at Old Trafford in the next journey in the Europa League.

United won 7-1 in the Europa League final: British newspapers have criticized
Chris Wheeler writer frankly decry performances MU (Image Source: Internet)

Chris Wheeler writer frankly decry performances MU

Solskjaer coach decided to launch squad to 9/11 regular players do not play in the return leg official after 5 goals lead advantage. It is this that MU lost its position as the home team bench without feeling the ball well and had no apparent cohesion.

Writer Chris Wheeler bluntly decry the performance of Manchester United in this match in the article "Red Devils advanced to the quarterfinals the Europa League with a late goal of Martial and Lingard appeared on the scoresheet after Lask surprise lead ".

In the article reads, "Again, MU demonstrate the depth of their squad is not as thick as expected. Many people questioned why Manchester United still have to buy Sancho while already Greenwood and Rashford then this is the answer.

One side is Mata was in his 30s and still play football at a side of Dan James "harmless". They negligence of the pass, the lack of pace and creativity in the absence of the pillars. Manchester United need to improve gameplay to worthy candidates standing champion. However, they can present a very different face when pillars back. "

United won 7-1 in the Europa League final: British newspapers have criticized
The Sun newspaper called United's performances as "spineless" (Image Source: Internet)

The Sun newspaper called United's performances as "spineless"

Meanwhile, Britain's The Sun newspaper headline simpler but no less "harsh" with the headline "Lingard and Martial rescue a game MU spineless before Copenhagen in the Europa League quarter-finals." Neil Custis writer does not hesitate to blame MU currencies play in the first half that "most loyal fans must also sleepy".

Longer on the Mirror newspaper, writer Darren Wells pointed out that poor performances against Lask may be the last time to play for the "Reds" of some players. It's Juan Mata, Timothy Fosu-Mensah and Dan James, "players can not resist the defender's representatives come from Austria".

Writer Jamie Jackson of The Guardian also share the same opinion when commenting. "Except Brandon Williams and Harry Maguire, 9 remaining players in the starting lineup of MU needs to prove themselves fit Solskjear tactics. However, the answer is ... not good."