Manchester United have won the Europa League and secure the double/triple?
Manchester United need to go through a lot of emotions this week after disaster lands upon their city.
They need to win the Europa League to be able to compete in Champions League next season but in a way, they would really want to win it for the citizens back home.
What a way to win as they dominate a young Ajax side and played brilliantly throughout the entire game mastermind by the Special One, Jose Mourinho.
He has won 12/14 finals after last night and prove he still can win trophies, big trophies.
During the celebration, he lifts up three fingers to indicate they have won three trophies or should we say only two that matters?
They won the Community Shield, League Cup and Europa League. It’s you to decide but either way, a tough but a fruitful season for the players and the manager.
United started the game perfectly when Pogba volleyed just wide after just 20 seconds from the start.
Fellaine came close after he couldn’t make contact on the ball with his head after a flashing cross down the left from Juan Mata.
Ajax’s Traore, on loan from Chelsea is the only players looks close to threaten United defense the entire game.
His effort on the 15th minute went straight to the middle was well parried by Romero.
2 minutes later, Paul Pogba the most expensive player in the world who lost his father recently, scored through a deflected shot.
The midfielder performance at the end of the season has been praised by pundits and showing why United pay so much for him.
Surprisingly, Jose Mourinho remain seated and calm on his seat when the goal went in unlike his staffs who were jumping for joy. No emotions whatsoever.
Ajax didn’t really threaten the solid United defense the entire first half. The defenders were very solid at the back.
United players are just bigger and stronger than their opponent and Ajax couldn’t cop with it.
2 minutes from the restart, United’s midfielder Mkhitaryan, score with a acrobatic flick over the goalkeeper after the ball was knockdown by Chris Smalling from a corner.
Fellaini almost get on the scoresheet after well picked up with a cross from Pogba.
The Belgium international’s header went straight down into theAjax’s goalkeeper Onana.
Wayne Rooney was given his time in the game when he was substituted into the game 2 minutes from time and was given the captain arm band where he will go on to lift the trophy during the presentation.
If the game was his last game in a United shirt, it’s definitely worth it.
A tough month for Paul Pogba, a difficult week for the club and the city and a difficult season for the coach that described it as the toughest season he has had.
Well done to United and prayers are with the people at Manchester.