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Summary

  1. Rashford scores twice on his Man Utd debut
  2. Rashford starts after Martial warm-up injury
  3. FT: Spurs 3-0 Fiorentina (agg 4-1)
  4. Strikes from Ryan Mason & Erik Lamela
  5. FT: Liverpool 1-0 Augsburg (agg 1-0)
  6. All three English teams in Friday's draw

Live Reporting

By Jonathan Jurejko and Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye!

    Louis van Gaal wanted his players to be "horny" tonight. I think they played in the mood that he wanted them to.

    On that note, we're going to scarper into the night. Make sure you return here tomorrow for live coverage of the last-16 draw about 12:00 GMT. See you then!

  2. Elsewhere in Europe

    Four Spanish teams are in the last 16 of the Europa League as Athletic Bilbao, Sevilla, Valencia and Villarreal made it though with respective wins over Marseille, Molde, Rapid Vienna and Napoli.

    Lazio will be Italy's sole representative having overcome Galatasaray, while German teams Bayer Leverkusen and Borussia Dortmund progressed past Sporting and FC Porto respectively.

    Fenerbahce, Shakhtar Donetsk, Sparta Prague and Basel also made it through tonight, while Braga progressed yesterday.

    So they all go into Friday's draw for the last 16 in which there will be no seeding or restrictions on facing sides from your own country. Liverpool v Man Utd anyone?

  3. Post update

    So we know it has been a successful night for England's Europa League trio. Manchester United, Tottenham and Liverpool are all in Uefa's glass bowl for tomorrow's last 16 draw.

    But who will join them? Here's the list of the teams who are through....

  4. Post update

    Tottenham 3-0 Fiorentina (agg 4-1)

  5. Post update

    Man Utd 5-1 FC Midjtylland (agg 6-3)

    Teenage Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford's debut was "unbelievable", says manager Louis van Gaal.

    "In the first half he ran too much at the sidelines," Van Gaal tells BT Sport. "I said to him at half-time to be in the width of the goal and you shall score. Then he scored two goals - it is fantastic for him."

  6. 'Fans will have enjoyed attacking football'

    Man Utd 5-1 FC Midjtylland (agg 6-3)

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal: "It was a great performance. The fans will have enjoyed our attacking football. 

    "Midjtylland had only crossed the halfway line once and they scored. Normally you get a decline in confidence, but we continued our game.

    "We missed a penalty, it was unbelievable but we kept going. i must give compliments to my players."

  7. We showed character - Pochettino

    Tottenham 3-0 Fiorentina (agg 4-1)

    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino speaking to BT Sport: "I'm happy for the effort. The players were fantastic and now we need to recover our energy for Sunday's match against Swansea.

    "We showed character and played very well. 

    "For me it wasn't a yellow card [for Dele Alli]. He was calm against Crystal Palace and today and it was another good performance from him and the team."

  8. 'Great night for Rashford'

    Man Utd 5-1 FC Midjtylland (agg 6-3)

    Manchester United defender Daley Blind is left speechless by Marcus Rashford's display - literally.

    The Dutch international comically trips over his words in his post-match interview on BT Sport when he tries to describe the teenage debutant's performance.

    "It's a great night for him and all the other youngsters in the squad," he eventually splutters.

    "It's great to see them playing well. And I'm really pleased for Memphis too - he was brilliant."

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    Shohidur Rahman: We have to remember it's only Shrewsbury and Midtjylland. The biggest test is on Sunday with a very young inexperienced team.

    Stephen Collins: Bring in eager youngsters like Riley & Rashford, and things happen. Not a coincidence. Can't win anything (without) kids.

    Steven Taylor: People will say it was only Midtjyland. But look at the team we fielded. Pretty much U21 with an average age of 24.

  10. Spurs were more mature - Lloris

    Tottenham 3-0 Fiorentina (agg 4-1)

    Spurs keeper Hugo Lloris speaking to BT Sport: "We completely deserved this win. We did a good job last week. If we compare with last season, we are more mature with the ball. We were very clinical and that's why I think we go through.

    "We showed again today great character and mentality in the team and we need to take it on game-by-game and, hopefully, we will be rewarded at the end of the season."

  11. 'We created a lot of chances'

    Man Utd 5-1 FC Midjtylland (agg 6-3)

    Manchester United defender Daley Blind, speaking to BT Sport: "The first half we played well, they created one chance and scored one goal. 

    "We played quick and created a lot of chances in the first half, then in the second half we played even better and scored the goals."

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  13. 'Important we took chances'

    Tottenham 3-0 Fiorentina (agg 4-1)

    Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli, speaking to BT Sport: "We knew they weren't going to make it easy. We said before the game we said it was important we took our chances."

    Alli on picking up a booking which rules him out of the first leg of Europa League last 16 tie:  "It's disappointing, you want to play as much as you can but we have great depth."  

  14. Post update

    Man Utd 5-1 FC Midjtylland (agg 6-3)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport at Old Trafford

    "What a fantastic night for Manchester United and Louis van Gaal.

    "They did have the character to make light of Anthony Martial's loss and Juan Mata's missed penalty.

    "In Marcus Rashford, they had an 18-year-old to hog the headlines. In Memphis Depay they had the game's stand-out performer.

    "Booed off in Denmark a week ago, fans stayed to cheer them down the tunnel tonight.

    "What is there for them to complain about the first five-goal haul of Van Gaal's entire reign."

  15. Post update

    Man Utd 5-1 FC Midjtylland (agg 6-3)

    At the risk of sounding like a killjoy...dare I say the words 'Federico' and 'Macheda'?

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    lfcway: Spurs look solid. Could go far in this competition.

    Robert James Parfett:  Memphis man of the match. If only he can maintain that sort of performance. What a fairytale debut from Rashford. Great stuff!

  17. Post update

    Man Utd 5-1 FC Midjtylland (agg 6-3)

    Kevin Kilbane

    Ex-Everton and Republic of Ireland winger at Old Trafford

    "Manchester United deserved to go through - they were the better team.

    "Marcus Rashford can take a lot of credit from the way that he played, the basic things that he did."  

  18. Post update

    Man Utd 5-1 FC Midjtylland (agg 6-3)

    Of course, the star of the show was Marcus Rashford. Marcus WHO?

    Marcus Rashford. The 18-year-old forward only started because of an injury to Anthony Martial, but ended up bagging a brace on his senior debut.

    The local lad wanders down the Old Trafford touchline, kisses his badge and then breaks into a broad grin. Not even Larry will be as happy as him tonight.

    Marcus Rashford
  19. FULL-TIME

    Man Utd 5-1 FC Midjtylland (agg 6-3)

    All over! It was far from plain sailing, but Manchester United's class finally told against the Danish champions. 

    Now they join Liverpool, Tottenham and Gary Neville's Valencia in tomorrow's last 16 draw.

    Five goals, a missed penalty, twice hitting the woodwork, plenty more chances....that enough entertainment for you Manchester United fans?

  20. INJURY TIME

    Man Utd 5-1 FC Midjtylland (agg 6-3)

    Well into three minutes of injury-time now - and Manchester United still want more. Andreas Pereira fancies getting his name on the scoresheet too, but his shot fails to trouble the Midtjylland keeper.