Ashley Young has insisted they need to take out the positives from the Chelsea match to keep up the momentum when they face Juventus in the Champions League.
United had almost conquered the Stamford Bridge but a last gasp equalizer from Ross Barkley unsettled their plans. Despite the result, there were lots of positives from the game and Young feels they need to carry forward it to the next match which is also the homecoming of Cristiano Ronaldo.
He said, “I think we have to look at the positives,
“I think we deserved to win it, especially when we got back into the game and we really did get on top, but this is what we have to do [against Juventus].
“We have to go into the game looking to start on more of the front foot, especially at home. That’s the way we have got to do it, like we did in the second half against Newcastle and for 60, 65 minutes of this game against Chelsea and as long as we play that way then I am sure we will get the right result.”
“It’s one of those things, we are just disappointed in the dressing room
“But we have to take the positives from the game and I think the way we played in the second half especially, we were fantastic at times.
“On another day we could have scored a third goal, but it wasn’t meant to be. It comes off the post, David saves it, it goes back to their man and they score. It is disappointing, but we have to take the positives from the game and kick on from here.”