After a while away due to the Coronavirus, the Europa League returned with re round of 16 on Wednesday and Thursday.
On Wednesday, Man United got the job done at home to LASK Linz thanks to a 2-1 comb-back victory at Old Trafford, a result that say the Red Devils progress 7-1 on aggregate.
Philip Wiesinger put LASK ahead early in the second half but United turned the game on its head through Jesse Lingard and a late Anthony Martial goal.
United progressed to the last 8 where they will face Danish champions FC Copenhagen who beat Istanbul BB 3-0 on the same day, to win the tie 3-1 on aggregate.
In the only one legged tie on Wednesday, Romelu Lukaku and Christian Eriksen each scored once as Inter Milan overcame Getafe 2-0 in Duisburg.
As a reward, Inter will face Bayer Leverkusen in the next round. The Germans breezed through their tie with Rangers 4-1 thanks to a 1-0 victory on Thursday night. They had won the first leg in Scotland 3-1.
On Thursday, Wolves just about held off Olympiakos, defeating the Greek side 1-0 on the night and in the process, progress to the quarter finals 2-1 on aggregate. Raul Jimenez scored the only goal of the night inside the opening 8 minutes as he converted from the spot.
Wolves now march on to face Julien Lupiteguei’s Sevilla in the last 8 of the competition.
For Sevilla, they brushed aside AS Roma 2-0 in the only one legged tie played on Thursday.
Goals by Sergio Reguilon and Youssef En Neysri did the trick for the Spaniards on the night.
The other quarter final tie will see FC Basel who eliminated Frankfurt 4-0 on aggregate-following a 1-0 in on Thursday, face Shakhtar Donetsk who beat Wolfsburg 3-0 on Wednesday to progress 5-1 on aggregate.
The quarter final ties will be one-legged affairs played on Monday, August 10 and Tuesday, August 11.
The Europa League quarter finals
-Man United vs FC Copenhagen @10pm
-Inter Milan vs Bayer Leverkusen @10pm
-Shakhtar Donetsk vs FC Basel @10pm
-Wolves vs Sevilla @10pm