Manchester United 4-0 AZ Alkmaar: Europa League Recap with Goals, Highlights and Best Moments

Full highlights as Manchester United sealed victory over AZ Alkmaar in the Europa League.

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  1. I love Anthony and what he's brought to this team, regardless of the corner flag he has up his arse a lot of the time, but Mason is fantastic, a true and natural striker who will run us forward for years to come. If you haven't had the chance to watch his talent elsewhere in the youth team – you are missing out.

  2. we are in a terrible position too given Greenwoods age and the importance of a striker for United right now. If Martial was solid enough to carry us through for a year or two then Mason could take over eventually and stay up front. But Martial can't handle the load unfortunately as we've seen, regardless of his skill and help hes brought us this season

  3. Martial gone missing once again. Not a poacher, no instinct for goal, just the odd dribble and unexpected goal. Mata squared it for a tap in and he was awol. Had young not buried it, inquest for sure. Greenwood in martial out. Seriously.

  4. Juan Mata reminding everyone yet again that he, along with DDG, has kept this club relevant for the latter half of the 2010s. They’ve been short a consistent source of invention by their standards but even Mourinho had to turn to him on multiple occasions to provide a spark. He will forever be in my top 10 players of all time and I’m an arsenal fan.

  5. This game proved absolutely nothing for Man U. They are mediocre at most. Wow, they beat a terrible team 4-0 in Europa but are still sitting mid table in Premier League. They have been booty cheeks for a while now people. C'mon

  6. That first goal was pretty slick. Shades of the good old days of Ronaldo, Tevez, Berbatov, Rooney and Nani. They made football an art. Some of our games from the 2011 season are just scintillating. The 7-1 against Blackburn , the 3-2 comeback victories against Blackpool and Westham all away coupled with some two other 5-0 victories are perfect adverts that you'll never get tired of watching.😍

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