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Updated 22/07/2016 at 14:07 GMT
15:06
So, thanks all for your company - bye!
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Full-time: Manchester United 1-4 Borussia Dortmund. That was fairly comprehensive. Dortmund are a really, really good side; Manchetser United would like to be a really good side.
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It's beginning to look as though Dortmund might just nick this.
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Time is elapsing.
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There shall be five added minutes.
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Rashford screeches at a pair of defenders, beating one before the second squeezes him out.
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Thomas Tuchel is one of various managers United might have looked at, had those doing the looking the slightest imagination. Most likely he'd have told them to sling it.
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Dortmund are a very good side indeed; how on earth did they lose to Liverpool.
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WHAT A GOAL! Manchester United 1-4 Borussia Dortmund (Castro) And this is now a thrashing! Castro takes up possession 35 yards out and is permitted to carry the ball forwards and right without so much as an aggressive glance. Then, when he's good and ready and only when he's good and ready, he absolutely murders a shot into the far top corner.
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Mor, who has done well since coming on, flutters across Rojo and Bailly, who lunges - in a serious game, that might have been another booking. 25 yards out, dead centre, Castro lashes the free-kick miles over the top.
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Young scythes through Mor and Pulisic, somehow avoiding a booking for either.
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Castro runs away from Shaw, who trips him, but before the referee can show him a card, Bailly comes to his rescue, humping the ball away and taking the booking for himself. Now that's sacrifice.
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Pulisic skips across Bailly and finds Mor, who runs into a phalanx of defenders. But the ball breaks back to him, and from 18 yards, he drags a free shot wide of the post.
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Mor wriggles away from McNair, who pulls him back. Nothing comes of the free-kick.
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And off we go again.
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The United players are dousing themselves in iced towels while Thomas Tuchel refreshes his players with tactical diagrams.
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The players pause for water.
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Januzaj, who might just get a fair crack under Mourinho, escapes down the right and looks for Rashford with a cross - it doesn't go very close to him, though.
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Incidentally, the lack of playing time given to Pereira was one of many curiosities under Van Gaal - how much worse could he possibly have done?
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Pereira comes on for Valencia.