Solskjaer recalls PSG comeback memory to inspire Man Utd
Champions League By: Iseghohi Odianosen | 16/04/2019
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has motivated Manchester United players with their infamous comeback against Paris Saint-German in the Champions League round of 16 ahead of the clash against Barcelona at the Camp Nou.Manchester United lost at Old Trafford 2-0 to PSG and in the reverse fixture the Red Devils turned things around and won 3-1 at the Parc des Princes and qualified for the quarterfinals, and they found their self in similar position but this time against a more experienced side Barcelona, and they will look to repeat that feat on Tuesday night, having lost 1-0 to their Catalan opponents in the first leg."That memory of PSG will help the players," Solskjaer told reporters in his press conference as per Marca."Us, as a team, we know we can turn things around. Barcelona is a difficult prospect. [PSG] is not that long ago and we are one goal better off [now]."The United manager will return to the scene of his winning goal in the 1999 Champions League final against Bayern Munich."[There will be] many emotions, it's a fantastic memory for me," he said of returning to the Camp Nou."The last time I was on this pitch was the only time. I brought my son to watch El Clasico in 2016 and I was here 10 days ago to watch them [against Atletico Madrid]."I don't look back on that night too often; I'm just looking forward to seeing if we can play better against Barcelona."Just like in 1999 final, United are a goal down at the Camp Nou after Luke Shaw's own goal settled the first leg at Old Trafford.