Bruno Fernandes booked Manchester United’s place in the Europa League semi-final from the penalty spot as the Red Devils ran out 1-0 winners over Copenhagen.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men had just one leg to get the job done in the quarter-finals in Cologne, and needed extra time to see off their Danish opposition.
Both Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford thought they’d opened the scoring for United in either half after finding the back of the net.
But the goals were ruled out for being offside, as United struggled to make a breakthrough.
Eventually the Red Devils nosed in front in extra time through Fernandes, with the Portuguese finally beating Copenhagen keeper Karl-Johan Johnsson, who was unbeatable until that point.
Manchester United will now play either one of Sevilla or Wolves, who contest their Europa League quarter-final on Tuesday.