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FC Copenhagen's Rasmus Falk sent Brandon Williams and Fred on a trip as he bamboozled the Manchester United pair during the Europa League game on Monday night.
It was a tough night for United in Germany as the Europa League tournament kicked off with their quarter final against Copenhagen.
The Premier League side hit the woodwork and multiple occasions and had two goals and a penalty claim rightly reversed for offside, but their Danish opponents also had their own moments in attack.
Perhaps the best of those came in the second half when Falk got into the area and tricked both Williams and Fred, before setting up his teammates for a brilliant opportunity.
It's fair to say the 28-year-old, who has played his whole career in Denmark with Copenhagen and OB, was impressing everyone with his skill.
How good is Copenhagen's Rasmus Falk...?- Jan Aage Fjortoft :flag_white:️:rainbow: :flag_no: (@JanAageFjortoft) August 10, 2020
What skill on Williams there by Falk....Bloody hell- Mark Goldbridge (@markgoldbridge) August 10, 2020
Rasmus Falk looks like an absolute baller.- Tom Williams (@tomwfootball) August 10, 2020
Me watching this Falk geezer for Copenhagen pic.twitter.com/W1MJtLgOSV- Mooy Bien (@MooyBien) August 10, 2020
No matter what happens tonight just remember that Rasmus Falk did them so fucking dirty- Jeanette :cherry_blossom: (@JeanetteeJensen) August 10, 2020
Rasmus Falk shouldn't stay long in Copenhagen. Dominating the midfield completely- BorasLegend (@ivanlapanje) August 10, 2020
This Falk guy seems like a baller tbh pic.twitter.com/tcbmu0IDKD- Vinder⚒ (@whuvinder) August 10, 2020
Rasmus Falk is a fucking player- Jamie (@Jamie67_) August 10, 2020
Omggggg that piece of trickery from Falk- Rambo (@RamboFYI) August 10, 2020
Why on earth did the striker not shoot!! #EuropaLeague
United returned from the Covid-19 break full of life but their form has got worse as the season has gone on, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer not able to call on too many of his squad past the first XI.
Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford both had goals correctly ruled out for offside and Bruno Fernandes was amongst three United players to hit the woodwork, as the game finished 0-0 after 90 minutes.
The reduced tournament means that the sides had to go to extra time to decide a winner on the night, with no second legs.
The winner will face either Wolves or Sevilla, who play on Tuesday night, in a week's time.
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