“We are in the same position as before the game started, nothing changes from yesterday or today,” stated the Argentine.
“We are going to play the second leg in their home, in front of their fans, they will probably play more with more verticality and drive than they did today and they will have more aggressiveness in front of their fans, which will cause them to play at a higher rhythm.
“They will have a higher pace, which is what they normally show when they play in the Premier League.
“But what can be better than playing a big game at a fantastic stadium with a fantastic rival like Man United in the Champions League in order to test our level.
“We started the second half in which nothing really happened and from a really good play and a really quick transition from United, they found a way to the goal.
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