“We Go Again” - Confidence Runs Through This Manchester United Side Ahead Of PSG Mountain Says Key Player
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer suffered his first loss as interim Manchester United boss to a far superior Paris Saint-Germain outfit in the first leg of their Champions League Last 16 tie last week, but optimism still pervades through the Red Devils.
PSG carry a 2-0 advantage back to the Parc des Princes, with United knowing they’d need to make history to prevail through to the Quarter-Finals of the tournament.
Luke Shaw, one of the standout players for Manchester United this season has said that their taste of defeat has not demoralised this particular United squad one iota, and that confidence has snowballed under Solskjaer’s stead.
“We’re all very confident and we take that into training every day. The results have been showing that.
stated Shaw, via The Mirror.
"Look, we can’t take one loss as a massive dent to us. It’s just a learning curve and we go again.”
OGS had previously lead Manchester United on a stunning unbeaten run after taking over Jose Mourinho, which yielded ten wins and a draw in all competitions.
Les Parisiens proved to the first stumbling block, but Shaw has assured that this does not set a precedent for things to come.
“It’s the most confident I’ve felt within the group in a long while, especially before the PSG game, as I felt so confident in the team.
"What we have been doing is very positive with the mentality going into that tie but it wasn’t our day.”
Manchester United travel to PSG for the return leg on Wednesday 6th March.