Manchester United has made it to their first ever UEFA Europa League final since the competition began in the year 1971, after edging out Celta Vigo in the Semi’s.
The Manchester giants defeated, Spanish side, Celta Vigo to advance to the showpiece event for the first time in the competition’s 46-year history.
Jose Mourinho’s side held off Celta Vigo in the semi-final to move on to the final, where they will face Ajax on May 24 in Stockholm.
The Red Devils have won the Champions League three times, but are still searching for their first title in the second-tier European competition.
Sevilla are the most successful club in the Europa League, which was once known as the UEFA Cup, winning the tournament five times in the past 11 years.