Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes was involved in a car crash on the way to the club's training ground, but was unhurt and should be available to play against Liverpool.
Carrick's only match as interim manager was a 2-0 win at Villarreal in the Champions League. He could soon be replaced by German coach Ralf Rangnick, who has been in talks with United.
One of the best players in the history of soccer is making an emotional return for a second spell at one of the world’s biggest teams, so it’s understandable that Ronaldo has been the talk of the town.
Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will have to deal with extra pressure following a transfer window that couldn't have gone much better.
United had confirmed its interest in signing the 36-year-old Ronaldo soon after Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri said the Portugal forward wanted to leave after three years.
Solskjaer also seemed reluctant to trust his injury-depleted bench of substitutes, even when Villarreal brought on fresher players and started to take the initiative in extra time.
Cavani's euphoria at scoring was clear as he roared in celebration at the empty north London stadium after what would have been an opener was ruled out for Son Heung-min falling after being caught by Scott McTominay in the buildup.
Man United, which also won the Europa League in 2017, was drawn to travel to Spain for the first leg on April 8.
Friday's draw sends Milan star Zlatan Ibrahimovic back to the English club where he played for two years.
Since arriving at the Old Trafford last year, 26-year-old Bruno has scored 28 goals in 53 appearances.
Captain Harry Maguire was among the supportive voices online, saying “UNITED against racism. We will not tolerate it.”
The Bundesliga club said on Wednesday that the 23-year-old Fosu-Mensah, whose contract with the English team was due to expire at the end of the season, has signed a deal through June 2024.
Seven-time European champion AC Milan was paired with 1991 European Cup winner Red Star Belgrade.
Drawn in one of the toughest Champions League groups alongside two teams who reached the semifinals last season, United has consigned star-studded Paris Saint-Germain to a first group-stage home loss in 16 years and handed Leipzig — the-then German league leader — the heaviest defeat (5-0) in its 11-year history.
The two played at the 1998 World Cup when Norway reached the last 16 and beat Brazil along the way. The Norwegian team was bursting with talent then but hasn't qualified for a World Cup since.
The Premier League season was suspended in March with United fifth in the standings. United has four home games left.
The Red Devils were in touch with authorities over the possibility of playing a match in Kolkata later this year.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin's 13th league goal of the season for Everton after only three minutes came courtesy of a rebounded clearance while Bruno Fernandes' superb start to life at United was given a helping hand by Pickford.
Inter Milan had an easier time at Ludogorets in Bulgaria, with Christian Eriksen scoring his first goal for the Italian club in a 2-0 win.