Ander Herrera has dedicated Manchester United’s Europa League trophy win to the victims of the terror attack that rocked the city on Monday.
United beat Ajax 2-0 at Stockholm, almost 48 hours after a bomb attack killed 22 and injured others after a music concert at Manchester Arena.
Herrera, who was named man of the match says the squad were not focused before the game.
“We were really, really sad,” he said. “When you think about life and football, you have no choice.
“It was difficult to train yesterday, really difficult for us but the manager told us that the only thing we could do was win this for them and that’s what we’ve done.
“It’s just a football game, it’s just a trophy, but if we can help or if we can support them with this just one per cent it’s enough for us.”