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UEFA Europa League | AS Roma vs Man United Match Stats



Roma vs Man United STATS 📊


Manchester United have won each of their last four UEFA Europa League games, last winning five successive matches in all European competition in May 2011, before losing to Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League final at Wembley.

Manchester United are looking to progress to their first major final in any competition under Ole Gunnar Solskjær; they have previously been knocked out of all four cup semi-finals under the Norweigan (2x League Cup, 1x FA Cup, 1x UEFA Europa League).

Roma’s 6-2 defeat to Manchester United in the first leg was only the fourth time they have conceded 6+ goals in a match in major European competition, with two coming against the Red Devils (also 1-7 in April 2007).

In the history of the UEFA Cup/Europa League, of the 225 previous instances of a team losing the first-leg of a two-legged knockout tie by 4+ goals, just two have progressed; FK Partizan v QPR in the 1984-85 last 32 and Real Madrid v Borussia Mönchengladbach in the 1985-86 last 16.

In the history of the UEFA Cup/Europa League, of the 225 previous instances of a team losing the first-leg of a two-legged knockout tie by 4+ goals, just two have progressed; FK Partizan v QPR in the 1984-85 last 32 and Real Madrid v Borussia Mönchengladbach in the 1985-86 last 16.

Roma’s 6-2 defeat to Manchester United in the first leg was only the fourth time they have conceded 6+ goals in a match in major European competition, with two coming against the Red Devils (also 1-7 in April 2007).

Manchester United have won five of their last six meetings with Roma in all competitions, drawing the other 1-1 in December 2007.

Since his competition debut in 2018, Man Utd’s Bruno Fernandes has been directly involved in 30 UEFA Europa League goals (19 goals, 11 assists), at least seven more than any other player.

Edin Dzeko has scored in five of his last six UEFA Europa League appearances for Roma. In all major European competitions, he has 31 goals for Roma, at least three more than any other player for the club (Francesco Totti, 28).

Roma haven’t lost both legs of a two-legged knockout tie in major European competition (excluding qualifiers) since the 2015-16 UEFA Champions League last 16 versus Real Madrid, while they last did so in the UEFA Cup/Europa League in the 2009-10 last 16 v Panathinaikos.