Lindelof: Everyone's eager to play on Saturday
Victor Lindelof admits every one of his Manchester United team-mates is eager to return to action swiftly, in Saturday's trip to Burnley, following our narrow UEFA Champions League defeat against Bayern Munich.
Harry Kane's penalty quick made it 3-1, before midfielder Casemiro narrowed the deficit as the game wore on. Bayern substitute Mathys Tel then netted the home side's fourth, before our no.18 completed his brace with the seventh goal of the night.
Victor partnered Lisandro Martinez at the heart of our defence, and admitted it was a stern test against the Bundesliga champions.
Lindelof: It's all about how we bounce back
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“We played against a very, very good team. We still managed to score three goals but we didn't get a result.
“So of course it's frustrating as we wanted a better result obviously.”
“Mistakes are part of football. It happens, but it's all about how we can bounce back from that,” admitted Lindelof.
“I think we started the game well and then obviously we conceded the first goal.
“We came out in the second half and we wanted to give it a good try and we managed to score three goals.
“But like I said, in the end we didn't get the result we wanted. So of course it's very frustrating.”
Recovery and training awaits in Germany tomorrow for Ten Hag's squad, before a flight back to Manchester signifies yet another quick turnaround.
“We then fly back to Manchester to prepare for the game on Saturday.
“Everyone is eager to play that game as well, to bounce back and get three points and hopefully keep going after that.”