Manchester United booked their place in the last-16 Europa League, but struggled to impress against Real Sociedad, in a 0-0 stalemate.
Basically, in the first leg, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men had the job done, shocking the LaLiga outfit with a 4-0 victory in Turin.
The United boss named a surprisingly strong line-up for what always looked a non-event, with the likes of Bruno Fernandes, Victor Lindelof, and Aaron Wan-Bissaka all starting, but they had nothing to show for it.
Sociedad had the best chance of the first half, when Mikel Oyarzabal missed a penalty following a Dan James foul.
Solskjaer rang the changes at half-time and one of those substitutes, Axel Tuanzebe, thought he had opened the scoring, only for the referee to disallow the goal for a foul by Victor Lindelof after consulting VAR.
Youngsters Amad and Shola Shoretire were given cameos as the minutes ticked by, but in truth, it was nothing more than a training match in the second period.
The Red Devils are now in tomorrow's draw of the last 16.