Manchester United 3 Olympiakos 0 - player ratings: Was Robin van Persie the best player at Old Trafford?
Manchester United's player ratings from Old Trafford
Thursday 20 March 2014
Robin van Persie scored a superb hat-trick to overturn Manchester United's two-goal deficit from the first leg and send them into the Champions League quarter-final draw.
Van Persie was fantastic on the night but there were several other stand out players for United on a stellar evening at Old Trafford.
David de Gea made several key saves to keep United in it and earn a vital clean sheet.
Wayne Rooney was tireless all game long and Ryan Giggs rolled back the years to run things in midfield.
But who was pick of the players?
See all United's ratings from the match below...
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