"Sometimes Barcelona leave you space to play in," says Romelu Lukaku, still optimistic about Manchester United's chances.
Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku felt his side underperformed in losing 1-0 to Barcelona in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League quarter-final. United, admittedly, got the better of Paris in the round of 16 after a lacklustre home performance, but the Belgian was well aware that repeating the feat at Camp Nou would be even harder.
"Barça are not PSG, they have more experience," explained the 25-year-old, after a match in which United failed to register a single shot on target. "We have to be confident and go to the Camp Nou with passion and generate more chances." Speaking to UEFA.com ahead of Tuesday's decider, the Belgian forward struck the same note of defiance.