Player ratings as Man Utd sneak into Europa League final at Celta Vigo's expense
Manchester United scraped through to the Europa League final with a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford against La Liga outfit Celta.
Reaching the May 24 finale was far from straightforward, though, as Marouane Fellaini's first-half header was cancelled out by Facundo Roncaglia five minutes from the end of the semi-final second leg.
The drama did not end there as Celta's goalscorer and Eric Bailly were sent off as tempers frayed, with United holding out for a 1-1 draw that saw them reach the Stockholm finale 2-1 on aggregate.
SERGIO ROMERO: Preferred ahead of David De Gea like so many times during this Europa League campaign, the Argentina international again produced a solid display. Jose Mourinho has a tough decision to make for the final. 7/10
ANTONIO VALENCIA: Back after missing Sunday's league defeat Arsenal, the stand-in captain was not at the same level he has set this season. 6
ERIC BAILLY: The defender has enjoyed a promising first campaign at Old Trafford but lost his cool by raising his hand and being sent off. Nearly cost his side. 4
DALEY BLIND: At times the versatile Dutchman is guilty of defensive naivety - something evident against Celta. Who would have thought United would miss Marcos Rojo so much? 5
MATTEO DARMIAN: Given an extended run in the team, the dependable if unadventurous full-back had it tough dealing with Iago Aspas. 6
ANDER HERRERA: The midfielder helped deny the club his father once worked for a place in the final. Not one of Herrera's most imposing displays, but worked diligently in the middle. 7
PAUL POGBA: Unaffected by the background noise surrounding his world-record move to Old Trafford, the France international offered an attacking option and defensive shield. 7
MAROUANE FELLAINI: The divisive Belgian ruffled a few feathers in Vigo last week and headed United into a 17th-minute lead, meeting Marcus Rashford's cross with a typically commanding header. 7
JESSE LINGARD: Not the most enthralling attacking display but there was no faulting the winger's work rate. 6
HENRIKH MKHITARYAN: The Armenian has played an integral role in the club's progress in the competition and worked tirelessly, receiving a pat on the back from Mourinho as he made way for Michael Carrick. 7
MARCUS RASHFORD: The 19-year-old broke Galician hearts with his decisive first-leg free-kick and again made an impact with the superb cross headed home by Fellaini. His movement again was troublesome. 7
MICHAEL CARRICK (for Mkhitaryan, 77): An experienced introduction as the clock wound down, not that it helped stem the Celta tide. 6
WAYNE ROONEY (for Lingard, 86): The United captain, along with his team-mates, had to dig deep. 6
CHRIS SMALLING (for Rashford, 89): Had little time to make an impact in a frantic ending. 6