Greenwood stars as United youth shines in Europa League
With Wolves, who crushed Besiktas 4-0, also advancing, English clubs ended with a full house in Europe with the three Europa League entries following the Premier League's four Champions League teams into the knockout rounds.
Spanish clubs also completed a full set when Getafe joined already-qualified Sevilla and Espanyol by scoring three times in the last 14 minutes to beat Krasnodar 3-0 in a showdown for second place in Group C.
However, Bundesliga leaders Borussia Moenchengladbach and Italian power Lazio made surprising exits.
At Old Trafford, in a battle for top spot in Group L, Solskjaer's side struggled early on at Old Trafford against their Dutch opponents as the first 45 minutes ended goalless. until the 53rd minute when veteran Ashley Young smashed the home team ahead.
Greenwood pounced on a loose ball to snap the second into the corner of the net. After Greenwood was fouled, Juan Mata converted a penalty.
Then the Spaniard set up Greenwood for another crisp low left-footer inside the post.
Aged just 18 years and 72 days, Mason Greenwood has become the youngest Manchester United player to score a brace for the club in a major European competition.
The Red Devils striker bagged two second-half goals against AZ in the Europa League on Thursday as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side strolled to a 4-0 win.
That victory has seen United finish top of Group L after claiming four victories, one draw and one loss throughout the group stage.