Mason Greenwood became the first teenager to score at least five goals for Manchester United in a single European campaign after helping the Red Devils smash LASK.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side proved too strong for Austrian side LASK on Thursday evening, clinching a 5-0 victory to put one foot in the quarter-finals of the Europa League.
Loan signing Odion Ighalo put the Premier League giants ahead with a superb goal midway through the first half, and Daniel James doubled their lead shortly after half-time.
Juan Mata added a third for Manchester United before Greenwood came off the bench to score his 13th goal of the season.
Andreas Pereira rounded off a fantastic night for the Red Devils in extra-time with a long-range shot that beat LASK goalkeeper Alexander Schlager.
In scoring against LASK, Greenwood became the first teenage to register at least five goals for Manchester United in a European campaign, with the likes of Wayne Rooney and Marcus Rashford previously falling short of the milestone.