“Certainly after last Saturday’s experience we don’t want to lose two goals and be having to fight back all the time. That’s certainly an Achilles heel on the one hand this season.  The fact we’ve got players who can change the course of the game is certainly a big advantage to us."

- Sir Alex Ferguson

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is the collective moral boost inside the dressing room – a benefit Sir Alex is aware of.

 “It does feel different. I think the dressing room is different too. When you get these late goals and when you’ve come from behind in particular, it does make an impact on the dressing room. There is more excitement and we’ve experienced that many times. It’s a credit to the character of the club that we can do that.”

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