Villarreal 1-1 Man Utd Highlights | Final
David de Gea sees a penalty saved in an epic shootout as Villarreal beat Manchester United to win the Europa League.
This was a disappointing contest lacking in quality and producing only three shots on target across 120 minutes – but drama arrived with the spot-kicks.
Moreno opened the scoring when all too easily meeting Dani Parejo’s terrific free-kick.
Cavani levelled early in the second half after Marcus Rashford’s volley fell kindly for him from close range and Villarreal clung on for extra-time.
All 20 outfield players converted their penalties in the longest shootout in a final of any Uefa competition, and in an increasingly tense stadium Villarreal goalkeeper Geronimo Rulli blasted home his effort and then denied De Gea, who was crestfallen at the end.
It gave Villarreal a first major trophy in their history and saw former Arsenal boss Unai Emery lift the Europa League for an unprecedented fourth time.
It was a heartbreaking end to a promising season for United, who finished as Premier League runners-up and showed clear signs of progress.