What a half of football that was for Roma. Perhaps more so than any other side tonight, they’ve battled against the odds and come out on top so far.
They will be unable to make any more in-game changes, per UEFA’s rules – though they can make two more during the interval – but to be two goals up at Old Trafford is no small feat.
Manchester United, after such a bright start, have been brought crashing back down to earth. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer must reignite their fuse.
No changes at the break for either the Gunners or the Yellow Submarine, as we resume action in Spain.
Mikel Arteta will have had some choice words for his side, surely, but whether they can invent something in this last 45 minutes is another matter entirely.
Four of the last six penalties Manchester United have conceded at Old Trafford have been given away by Paul Pogba, while he has been at fault for three of the last four they’ve conceded at any venue.