Marcus Rashford has slammed Manchester United for not playing up to their potential.
“We’re probably only showing half of what we can do as a team,” said the 22-year-old. “We need to keep fighting to find that extra percentage that will win us games.
“We were way off the tempo. They changed a little bit and brought more players deeper than the last time we played against them. On the pitch we have to adapt.
“We have to try to control the situation better than the way we did.
“The first half wasn’t a Man United performance, but the second half we showed character and courage and it was more like us.
“It’s obviously disappointing to lose the game, but when we put ourselves 3-0 down against a team like this it’s going to be difficult.”
“(It was) not the goal, the saves,” he said. “David was excellent and that’s the reason we’re still in the tie.”
“Whether you have the armband or not you have to put that responsibility on your own shoulders and try to show yourself as a Man United player. In the first half we didn’t do that, but in the second half, we did.
“It’s a learning curve for us. We’ll learn from it, but it’s not going to keep us down. We’re going to put it behind us and the best way to do that is by winning the next game.”