Manchester United should try to reassure the "crazy" crowd at Parc des Princes for an early goal, and former player Ben Thornley thinks they have a chance to change their 2-0 defeat from Paris Saint Germain.
Ole Gunnar Solisierar suffered his first defeat when Manchester United manager came to the goal of Presel Kimpime and Kiliana Mbappe on Tuesday evening. to the second yellow card to combine misfortune, and only the raucous PSG admirers could be heard on Old Trafford until the end, something with which the United will have to deal on their own when they go to Paris.
as if it was a Manchester United side several months ago, I would say that there [they can’t turn the tie around]Thornley said in a comedian breakfast Jan Stone (weekdays from 6.30am to 1
But they did so since then, and PSG took a step forward from what we faced in the Premier League, they should have confidence and trust.
"United did not play as good as they could do last night and knowing that they were very good teams and that they could be players who came back to their second leg, who would have started their first leg if they were fit, they really must come in with faith and confidence.
"They should try to score an early goal, to frustrate crazy fans and see.
"But it will be an extremely difficult task when PSG scores two goals and has advantages in the homeland."
They also have to do this without Pogby, whose red card means that he will be missed due to the suspension.
The midfielder who won the World Cup was revived under the Solskjaer, but was suppressed last night by the attention of Marquinhos.
Matpa, who stole a show for Thornley, who reminded him of another world champion.
"They transferred the game to another level, and in the second half they were the dominant force," added Thornley
. Mbappe, and this was the first time I saw hello
"He reminded me of Brazilian Ronaldo in his splendor.
"If he is only 21 years old, what will he be like in about six to six years when he approaches his peak?
"It was an extremely powerful performance from him."