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penk22_ 17-04-2017 08:18 PM

[UEL] Manchester United 2-1 Anderlecht

Manchester United vs Anderlecht - Europa League Quarter-Final 2nd Leg
Jumat, 21 April 2017
Kick Off : 02.05 WIB
Venue : Old Trafford, Manchester

Europa League form guide :
Manchester United: WWDWD
Anderlecht: WLWWD

Team News
Manchester United : Chris Smalling (knee injury), Phil Jones (toe injury) and Juan Mata (groin surgery) ruled out. Wayne Rooney doubtful.

Anderlecht : Adrien Trebel not eligible (cup tied). Andy Nájar (hamstring injury) and Rubén Martinez (calf injury) doubtful.

penk22_ 17-04-2017 08:20 PM

Re: [UEL] Manchester United vs Anderlecht
Head to Head pertemuan kedua tim :
Manchester United menang : 4x
Imbang : 1x
Anderlecht menang : 2x

5 pertandingan terakhir kedua tim :
13 November 1968 - Manchester United 3-0 Anderlecht - European Cup
27 November 1968 - Anderlecht 3-1 Manchester United - European Cup
13 September 2000 - Manchester United 5-1 Anderlecht - UEFA Champions League
24 Oktober 2000 - Anderlecht 2-1 Manchester United - UEFA Champions League
14 April 2017 - Anderlecht 1-1 Manchester United - Europa League

fredrian.seven 17-04-2017 08:53 PM

Re: [UEL] Manchester United vs Anderlecht
Semoga menang dan tanpa ada yg cedera.

tumpal_oneunited 18-04-2017 09:45 AM

Re: [UEL] Manchester United vs Anderlecht
Harusnya sih bisa MENANG ya.
Main di OT dan Semangat untuk Lolos UCL musim depan dengan memenangkan EL musim ini.
Mikhi + Ibra bakal turun sejak awal tampaknya.

Riskur 19-04-2017 09:30 AM

Re: [UEL] Manchester United vs Anderlecht
http://www.manutd.com/sitecore/shell...,440,2000,1560Preview: Manchester United v Anderlecht

A rapid return match...
That's right, Manchester United are back in continental competition on Thursday evening, just one week after travelling to Belgium for this Europa League quarter-final against Anderlecht. An away goal scored by Henrikh Mkhitaryan during the first leg in Brussels means the Reds hold the advantage in the tie, despite Leander Dendoncker's late equaliser at the Constant Vanden Stock Stadium levelling the score at 1-1. With a semi-final spot in reach, Jose Mourinho's men will be determined to finish the job on home soil.

When and where can I watch it?
The game, which kicks off at 20:05 BST, will be screened live on BT Sport 2 in the UK. Fans can also follow the action with ManUtd.com's live match blog and via the club’s Twitter account, @ManUtd, while MUTV subscribers can tune in to Match Day Live at 19:00 BST for exclusive build-up and then live radio commentary, before watching the full 90 minutes from midnight.

Be there to cheer on the Reds...
Tickets for Thursday's game are still available with all seats for Under 16s priced at just £10. See manutd.com/uel for all the essential booking information.

Any early team news?
Zlatan Ibrahimovic could make a return to the starting line-up after coming off the bench for the final eight minutes of United's 2-0 win over Chelsea. The Reds' prolific no.9 was rested after admitting to feeling tired following the first leg against Anderlecht and Mourinho reserved special praise for the Swede's replacement, Marcus Rashford, as well as Sunday's other scorer Ander Herrera and centre-back pairing Eric Bailly and Marcos Rojo. Sergio Romero could feature in goal behind them, having already made eight Europa League appearances this season. The boss said last week that injured defenders Phil Jones and Chris Smalling are likely to remain unavailable until "mid-May" while Juan Mata's return date is estimated to be even later following his recent groin surgery. Mourinho may provide another update on his squad during the pre-match press conference on Wednesday afternoon.

What's happened since the last meeting?
Well, as we mentioned above, the Reds secured a superb victory over the weekend, beating Premier League leaders and strong title favourites Chelsea at Old Trafford. Mourinho's men produced a brilliant display, arguably the team's best of the season so far, to stay in the hunt for a top-four finish. As for Anderlecht, Les Mauves took another step towards the Belgian league title with a narrow 1-0 victory at KV Oostende on Sunday, thanks to a second-half strike from captain Sofiane Hanni. Both sides, then, should be buoyant for Thursday's meeting in Manchester.

Who's the man in the middle? Spanish official Alberto Undiano Mallenco will take charge of the contest, alongside fellow countrymen Raul Cabanero and Diego Barbero Sevilla. Mallenco has refereed 16 La Liga fixtures in 2016/17, as well as two Europa League clashes, most recently Genk's all-Belgian affair against Gent in March. In his 25 matches across all competitions, he's shown an average of five yellow cards per game.

Remind me... what's the state of play in the other quarter-final ties? The other second-leg games will also be played at 20:05 BST on Thursday evening, as follows with the first-leg scores in brackets:

Besiktas (1) v Lyon (2)
Genk (2) v Celta Vigo (3)
Schalke (0) v Ajax (2)

When will the draw for the next round take place? If United go through, you'll want to know the semi-final pairings will be pulled out of UEFA's glass bowls at 12:00 BST (13:00 local time) in Switzerland this Friday, 21 April.

Have the Reds reached the semi-finals of this competition before? Yes, United progressed to the penultimate stage of the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, one of the Europa League's forerunners, in 1964/65. Having seen off Djurgardens, Borussia Dortmund and Everton in the earlier rounds, Matt Busby's men beat Strasbourg 5-0 on aggregate in the quarter-finals after finishing the English football season as league champions. Next came a fascinating semi-final tie against Hungarian outfit Ferencvaros with the Reds winning 3-2 at home and losing 1-0 in the return game, but then having to contest a play-off as the away goals rule had yet to be introduced. United were eventually defeated 2-1 but that remains the club's best run in the competition. The distinctive silverware on offer is therefore the only major honour to have eluded the Old Trafford trophy room - could that be changed this year?

Did you know? The away leg and play-off from that aforementioned 1965 semi-final against Ferencvaros are the only competitive matches that United have ever played in the calendar month of June.


Andi Istiabudi 20-04-2017 09:11 AM

Re: [UEL] Manchester United vs Anderlecht


Manchester United's opponents Anderlecht say they're acutely aware of the task that faces them in the Europa League quarter-final second leg at Old Trafford on Thursday night, after witnessing the Reds' impressive weekend win over Chelsea.

The visitors' mission is made slightly more complicated by a crucial Sunday home match of their own that lies ahead, a six-pointer in their domestic title race against reigning champions Club Brugge. But after answering some questions on the quandaries of selecting teams for two huge games in quick succession, the coach of Belgium's current league leaders, Rene Weiler, turned his attention to United's qualities.

"Well of course we have to believe and we do believe [we can win] but at the same time we have to be realistic," said Weiler, when speaking at his pre-match press conference inside Old Trafford's Europa Suite on Wednesday evening.

"We know we're playing against a very high-level team in Manchester United. You only have to look at their performance last Sunday at home to Chelsea, I think they limited Chelsea to hardly any shots on target at all. They've had only three defeats in the entire season and in the last 22 games in the league they are unbeaten. They are very strong at the back and they've got some great individuals as well.

"We saw in the first leg what they could do and we know it's going to be very hard. We know that pretty much everyone in our team will have to put in a perfect performance. But we do believe we can go through and we will be doing our utmost best to try to make that happen."

Anderlecht enter the game at Old Trafford with United ahead on away goals following last week's 1-1 draw in Brussels and Weiler acknowledged: "We need a goal tomorrow and we need to be prudent as well.

"We like to think we'll be in a position to dictate proceedings at least for part of the game and we're not going to be defending all the time. It's not just a case of sitting back.

"We're playing here against Manchester United and they're the home side so quite often in situations like this it will be they who try to dictate the game initially. I've got to plan my tactics and know the right moment to strike and not just sit back."

One of the Anderlecht defenders who faced United in the first leg, Dennis Appiah, was naturally pleased when his effective marking of Marcus Rashford was praised by a journalist. Sitting alongside his coach Weiler at the media briefing, the young centre-back responded: "I watched some of the highlights of the game and I realise it was a decent job defending against him.

"He's a player who's very, very quick, he's a young player obviously and full of energy. But it's not just him, we've got to defend against other players too. He's not the only threat coming from United."

Another threat Appiah knows only too well is Zlatan Ibrahimovic, a striker he came up against in the French league during games between their respective previous clubs Caen and Paris Saint-Germain.

Anderlecht's talented no.12 warned: "You can mark Zlatan for the whole game and he might look for 80 minutes like he's not having his best day but if you give him even half a chance, half an opportunity, a tiny bit of space, he can convert that into a goalscoring opportunity for himself or for someone else.

"Really what we have got to try to do is be aware of that, you can't leave him alone for a single second and we can't give him too much space in which to operate because he's a great player who can make the difference."


zudomiriku 20-04-2017 01:46 PM

Re: [UEL] Manchester United vs Anderlecht
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho puts faith in Sergio Romero for crucial Anderlecht clash: 'He is very stable and is playing very well'

* Sergio Romero started the first leg of the Europa League quarter-final in Brussels
* Jose Mourinho did not confirm whether Romero was his Europa League keeper
* Romero played in this month's 3-0 win over Sunderland in the Premier League
* United conceded a late equaliser to draw 1-1 in the first leg of the Anderlecht tie

Jose Mourinho has spoken of his faith in Sergio Romero after confirming the goalkeeper will start ahead of David De Gea in Thursday's Europa League quarter-final second leg against Anderlecht.

Romero played in the first-leg 1-1 draw in Belgium and has started in eight of Manchester United's 11 Europa League games so far this campaign.

The Argentine keeper has impressed when called upon this campaign and kept a clean sheet in his most recent Premier League outing - a 3-0 win against Sunderland earlier this month.

And while Mourinho stopped short of declaring him the goalkeeper for the competition, the manager confirmed Romero will start against Anderlecht on Thursday.

When asked whether Romero would be first choice for the rest of the Europa League campaign, Mourinho responded via United's official site: 'No he's not my goalkeeper for the Europa League. He's my goalkeeper for tomorrow.

'He was my goalkeeper in the other matches, but he's not my goalkeeper for the Europa League. I never like to do that complete separation.

'I can say the priority for Sergio is to play in the Europa League, yes, but we had some matches where David played.'

Jose Mourinho did not confirm Sergio Romero as first choice for the rest of the Europa League. Mourinho said it was 'important to have goalkeepers playing' to get 'the feeling of the match'

Romero had vast experience when he arrived at United in 2015 having been first choice for AZ Alkmaar and Sampdoria as well as amassing 87 caps for Argentina - including a World Cup Final appearance in 2014.

And Mourinho clearly trusts the 30-year-old, praising Romero for the consistency of his performances across all four competitions.

The United boss said: 'Every time he plays, he plays well. He's very stable and it's very important to have goalkeepers playing because if not, then one day you could have a problem when one goalkeeper has to play and doesn't have the feeling of the match.

'I always like to rotate my goalkeepers in different competitions but without that complete separation of 'this competition is for me, this competition is for you'.

Currently outside the Champions League places in fifth in the Premier League, United know that winning the Europa League would mean qualification for Europe's elite competition next campaign.

Mourinho was left bemoaning the profligacy of his attacking players after United missed a series of chances in the 1-1 first-leg draw in Brussels.

United took the lead in the first half through Henrikh Mkhitaryan but wasted opportunities to add to their lead and were punished as Leander Dendoncker scored a late equaliser.



zudomiriku 20-04-2017 02:00 PM

Re: [UEL] Manchester United vs Anderlecht
Anderlecht boss Rene Weiler ready to hit Manchester United with knockout blow in Europa League quarter-final

* Anderlecht travel to face Manchester United at Old Trafford after 1-1 first leg
* Manager Rene Weiler believes his side have what it takes to go one better
* He tempered expectations by praising United's performance against Chelsea
* Anderlecht midfielder Dennis Appiah spoke of Zlatan Ibrahimovic threat

Anderlecht are fighting against the odds and the record books at Manchester United, but manager Rene Weiler believes his players can land a knockout blow in their Europa League quarter-final.

The most successful team in Belgian football are competing in their first continental quarter-final in 20 years and arrive at Old Trafford with the score locked at 1-1 after Leander Dendoncker's late header.

However, Henrikh Mkhitaryan's away goal in Brussels last week could yet prove crucial as United look to progress to the semi-finals, which bookmakers have them as short as 1-12 to reach.

Jose Mourinho's side have conceded just one Europa League goal at Old Trafford this season and have won all five matches, extending their unbeaten European home record to 16 matches.

Sir Alex Ferguson was at the helm when United last lost a continental match on home soil and Anderlecht have never won any of their 17 previous visits to English clubs, highlighting what a big ask lies in wait for the visitors.

'Of course we have to believe,' manager Weiler said ahead of the return fixture. 'We do believe, but at the same time we have to be realistic.

Weiler recognises the size of the task for his team ahead of their second leg. Weiler spoke of the need for his team to be prudent and not too overly attacking

'We know we are playing a very high level team in Manchester United. You only have to look at the performance of this squad last Sunday, they limited Chelsea to hardly any shots on target at all.

'I think they have had three defeats in the entire season and in the last 22 matches in the game they are unbeaten.

'They are very strong at the back and they have some great individuals as well.

'We saw in the first leg what they can do and we know it is going to be very hard, and we know that pretty much everyone in our team is going to have to put in a perfect performance.

'But we do believe and we will be trying our absolute best to try and make sure that happens.

'We do need a goal but we need to be prudent as well.'

The trip to United does not, rather surprisingly, appear to be Anderlecht's main goal.

Sunday's crunch title clash with Club Brugge looms large and could mean top scorer Lukasz Teodorczyk starts from the bench.

United, meanwhile, are likely to recall their leading marksman Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who started from the bench against Chelsea as Mourinho said the 35-year-old was 'very tired'.

Dennis Appiah was not at Anderlecht when the veteran netted four for Paris St Germain in a Champions League clash in Brussels in 2013, but he saw the Swedish striker at his best last April.

Ibrahimovic scored twice and provided a further two as the defender's Caen side were thrashed 6-0, so Appiah knows all too well what to expect.

'I think that you're probably right, we didn't see the best of him last week,' he said of the first leg.

'But you know you can maybe mark Zlatan for the whole game and for 80 minutes he might look he is not on his best match, but half an opportunity, half a chance, a tiny bit of space, and he can convert than into an opportunity or create an opportunity for someone else.

'We have got to be aware of that. You can't leave him alone for a single second, you can't give him too much space to operate.

'He is obviously a great player, he can make the difference.'



penk22_ 20-04-2017 09:41 PM

Re: [UEL] Manchester United vs Anderlecht
Ntar live SCTV yak..

fredrian.seven 21-04-2017 04:11 AM

Re: [UEL] Manchester United vs Anderlecht
Baru bangun....

Imbang 1-1 :( lawan Andelecht aja kesulitan.

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