Jacob Neestrup is keen on making life at the capital of Denmark difficult for Man United when they come visiting on Wednesday
Man United are to expect fierce competition when they lock horns with Copenhagen this week for their UCL return leg.
The first leg ended in the favor of the Red Devils at Old Trafford with Copenhagen even missing a penalty that should have seen them share spoils.
With the second leg being at Copenhagen’s, the manager is keen on bringing the best competition he can when they face the English side.
“It won’t be an easy game and my boys already know what to do, we have a plan and we will follow that,” Neestrup said on an online interview.
“We learnt alot from the first leg, we made lots of mistakes and we have corrected all that. We are going into this second leg more focused and with a clearer vision of what we want to achieve by the end of 90mins, we also know how to achieve it.
“This is a team we all know have slipped soon much lately and we shouldn’t be the one making the mistakes, we should let them make the mistakes so we can take advantage of that.
“The game is on our home and we have to do everything we can to make sure to continue that home unbeaten against United.”