Manchester United in the Champions League: three previous away qualifiers (1)

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Manchester United will travel to Club Brugge on Wednesday night hoping to finish the the occasion in the pot for the Champions League group stages. 

Louis van Gaal's men lead 3-1 from the first leg, where Memphis Depay netted a brace and Marouane Fellaini extended their advantage late into added time. 

A win would help ease the pressure on their manager, with the Dutchman widely criticised after the lacklustre stalemate against Newcastle United at the weekend.


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Fans are growing increasingly impatient about the club's lack of transfer business - and like the club are desperate for a marquee name to arrive at Old Trafford. 

Here are the past five times Manchester United have had to endure an away match at this stage in order to join the rest of Europe's elite.


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