Mason Greenwood has given his assessment on Manchester United’s approach against Granada in the return leg of their Europa League tie.
Mason Greenwood has called on Manchester United to avoid complacency despite their 2-0 lead over Granada in the first leg of their quarter-final tie.
With two away goals scored in Spain, the Red Devils are in a ‘comfortable’ position but it all change in an instant. An early goal for the La Liga side at Old Trafford could give United something to think about for the rest of the game.
Greenwood admits that United are feeling “comfortable” ahead of the return leg but has urged his teammates to be at their best and finish the job already halfway done.
“To get a 2-0 lead, it’s given us a big boost but not an easier chance,” he said as per the club’s website.
“You never know what they can do in the second leg really, but it’s given us a bit of comfort.”
“But we can’t relax on it in this next game. We’ve got to go out and finish the job to get through to the semis.”
“We’re going out to win the match; all the players are ready. We’ve done our preparation and I’m sure we’ll be ready to go.”
After three semi-final setbacks the last term, Greenwood is fired up to help United end the season on a high as they search for their first silverware since 2017.
“I’m feeling ready to go,” he added.
“We’ve all been mentally prepared and physically as well, so all the lads are ready for the final push.”
“I’d love to win silverware. I’ve been dreaming of that for a long time, since being a kid at United. To win some silverware and to bring it back to United would be a good feeling.”