Manchester United sailed through to the Europa League quarter-finals after a 1-0 win over Real Betis at a buoyant Benito Villamarin Stadium.
A 4-1 win in the first leg meant United had one foot in the next round, although Betis began the game determined to keep the tie alive.
The Red Devils headed to Spain all but assured of progress from this last-16 tie having won the first leg 4-1 in freezing conditions at Old Trafford last Thursday.
The Red Devils progressed to the quarter-finals of the Europa League with a whopping 5-1 aggregate scoreline over the Spanish side, their 1-0 win in the second leg on Thursday is more than enough to go through.
But the result should not hide the fact that they were overwhelmed for much of the first half and were fortunate not to at least be a goal down.
Joaquin hit the post and David de Gea had to make a towering save from Juanmi as Betis overran United, yelled on by a 52,000-strong crowd in Seville.
Juanmi missed two opportunities early on, hitting the post and narrowly firing wide in a half where Betis carved through the United midfield on several occasions but just couldn’t find the finishing touches.
United, nonetheless, could have scored themselves just before the break when Facundo Pellistri hit the post.
Erik ten Hag’s side improved thereafter and once Rashford struck his 27th goal in all competitions it was game over for Betis and their former Manchester City coach Manuel Pellegrini.