Paul Pogba has warned Barcelona that this is only half-time in his quarter-final match of the Champions League, while Manchester United will try to repeat his comeback against PSG in the final round.
Luke Shaw scored a goal in the 12th minute and allowed the Spanish champions to win 1-0 at Old Trafford in the first leg and score a valuable goal at Camp Nou. But PSG has scored two goals in the last 16 games before United managed a spectacular turnaround at Parc des Princes, and Pogba encourages his team to do the same.
‘The game is not over. The French, who missed the return leg against PSG, told after Saturday’s win against West Ham. “I know it’s Barcelona, we play at home, but it’s never closed. It’s another 90 minutes. The first half is gone, now it’s the second half.
That’s why we play football, against these teams, the quarter-finals of the Champions League is simply magnificent. We just have to enjoy it, do our best and trust ourselves. Pogba scored twice at the penalty spot to clinch the hammer and earn three valuable points in the race for the first four on Saturday.
David de Gea also exerted considerable influence in the match, making an incredible stop to deny Michail Antonio. The Spaniard believes that the result is the ideal way to prepare to face Barca. He explained:
“After today, we can leave with more confidence, with the three points. A big challenge, a special occasion in Spain against Barcelona, the night of the Champions League, so it will be an incredible match. “
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