A year to the day since losing their Champions League opener at PSV Eindhoven, United endured another night to forget in Holland.
Their much-changed line-up boasted quality but looked cumbersome and unwieldy in Rotterdam, where Feyenoord snatched a 1-0 win through Vilhena’s strike.
It was hardly the response Jose Mourinho craved after Saturday’s derby defeat at home to Manchester City, with few of the eight changes doing themselves any favors.
Marcus Rashford has been blazing a trail through English football since announcing his arrival in this competition nearly seven months ago, but he left after 63 minutes having given plenty of effort with precious little to show for it. Read more... (373 words, 1 image, estimated 1:30 mins reading time)