Alejandro Garnacho sends rallying cry with Sheriff Tiraspol tie set to go ahead

Alejandro Garnacho has sent a rallying cry to Manchester United fans after the club’s Europa League defeat to Real Sociedad.

The Argentine international was a 70th minute substitute at Old Trafford, but could not prevent United falling to a 1-0 loss, with a suspect penalty decision given against the side.

This was Garnacho’s first appearance in the Europa League, and he is looking forward to another opportunity as the group stages progress.

He was joined by Charlie McNeill, who came off the bench to make his professional debut.

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Alejandro Garnacho sends rallying cry

United’s unwelcome defeat leaves the Red Devils with an uphill task, although there is plenty of opportunity left to pick up points.

Garnacho was keen to remind United fans of this, sending a rallying cry, pointing out that there are five games remaining.

Even if United can pick up maximum points from the next four, then qualification may be sealed in advance of the final match away at Real Sociedad.

Manchester United v Sheriff Tiraspol to go ahead

Manchester United’s match in Moldova away at Sheriff Tiraspol will go ahead next week, UEFA have confirmed.

Despite Premier League matches being called off this weekend due to The Queen’s death, Europa League games will continue as normal.

United’s statement read: “Following discussions with the relevant governing bodies and in line with guidance issued by the UK Government, we can confirm our UEFA Europa League fixture against FC Sheriff will take place as scheduled on Thursday evening in Moldova.”

It is currently unclear whether the following weekend’s Premier League match at home to Leeds will go ahead.

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