UEFA Europa League quarter-finals return leg will be played on Thursday evening at 8pm live on StarTimes.
Aubameyang’s Arsenal is in a tough spot after their disappointing draw against Slavia Prague at home last week. Manchester United will be much more confident thanks to Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes’ goals that gave the Reds a 2-0 victory.
Of the four home sides in last week’s first leg quarter-final matches of the Europa League, Arsenal achieved the best result.
The Gunners were the only club to avoid defeat in their own stadium, though the Premier League club were held to a disappointing 1-1 draw by Slavia Prague.
In the first leg, Ivorian winger Nicolas Pépé gave Arsenal a late lead – five minutes from the end.
But just when Mikel Arteta’s side seemed to be able to take a one-goal advantage into Thursday’s away leg, Czech international defender Tomáš Holeš found an equalizer five minutes into injury time.
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Source: Complete Sports