Manchester United v FC Copenhagen: Europa League quarter-final – live! | The Guardian

Europa League updates from the 8pm BST kick-off in CologneBorussia Dortmund insist Sancho will not leave this summerAny comments? You can email rob.smyth@theguardian.com 7.49pm BST “Hi Rob,” says Peter Oh. “It looks like Netflix star and former Sunderland player Bryan Oviedo is among Copenhagen’s substitutes.”It’s an omen. Related: Manchester United 0-1 Everton | Premier League match report 7.37pm BST “Hi Rob,” says Lars Bøgegaard. “Could I interest you with a remarkable stat? Copenhagen has played 30 European games in a row without conceding more than one goal. That is seven more games than the second best on the list, one of the great Milan sides from the 90s. “The last team to score more than one European goal against Copenhagen was Atletico Madrid in 2018. That record row surely will come to an end tonight, no? Here at the pub in Copenhagen we hope not!” Continue reading…

7.49pm BST

“Hi Rob,” says Peter Oh. “It looks like Netflix star and former Sunderland player Bryan Oviedo is among Copenhagen’s substitutes.”

It’s an omen.

Related: Manchester United 0-1 Everton | Premier League match report

7.37pm BST

“Hi Rob,” says Lars Bøgegaard. “Could I interest you with a remarkable stat? Copenhagen has played 30 European games in a row without conceding more than one goal. That is seven more games than the second best on the list, one of the great Milan sides from the 90s.

“The last team to score more than one European goal against Copenhagen was Atletico Madrid in 2018. That record row surely will come to an end tonight, no? Here at the pub in Copenhagen we hope not!”

Continue reading…


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