Manchester United’s struggling season faced a major setback as Marcus Rashford’s red card played a part in a sensational Champions League loss to FC Copenhagen, jeopardizing their qualification hopes.
In an unpredictable match in the Danish capital, United displayed both skill and determination at times. They seemed to secure a crucial victory twice but ultimately succumbed to a late goal from 17-year-old substitute Roony Bardghji.
The team was in control midway through the first half, courtesy of Rasmus Hojlund’s two goals against his hometown club. Hojlund, a striker with a precise sense of positioning, netted both times from close range.