Manchester United captain Harry Maguire was clearly disappointed after a largely positive display against Paris Saint-Germain ended in defeat.
The UEFA Champions League clash at Old Trafford ended 3-1 to the visitors, but the teams went into the break level at 1-1 after Neymar and Marcus Rashford both scored in the first half.
After the interval, United dominated the play and missed several big chances. Against the run of play, Marquinhos put PSG in front before Neymar once again got on the scoresheet in injury time, just when the Reds had been going all out for another equaliser.
“It all happened quickly,” the captain reflected.
“You know, football is a game of fine margins. You have got to take your chances and don’t give them goals, soft goals. Like I said, the goals we conceded tonight, the first two, are scrappy goals. It’s not that they opened us up with the talent that they’ve got in their team, we know the talent they’ve got in their team, so I felt, on a whole, we deserved something from the game.
“It’s disappointing but we have got to pick ourselves up, we have got a big game on Saturday,”
he added, referring to our trip to West Ham.