Episode 2051: Villarreal 1-1 Manchester United (11-10 Pens)
Villarreal last night became the smallest town to win a European trophy, with the Yellow Submarine sinking the red giants of Manchester in a historic penalty shootout.
A night where a lot of underlying problems snowballed into one. https://t.co/ME3kvG00E5
— Mark Critchley (@mjcritchley) May 27, 2021
Ken and Murph get into what went wrong for Man United, before Mark Critchley in Gdansk and John Brewin join us to analyse the game further.
That game seemed to last forever but was still only two sevenths of a Cummings.
— John Brewin (@JohnBrewin_) May 26, 2021
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