The Red Devils will return to the UCL campaign as they head for the capital of Denmark to battle Copenhagen on Wednesday
Manchester United prepare to lock horns with Copenhagen after beating the side 1-0 at Old Trafford on the first leg.
It was a game that saw Copenhagen run out of luck as they even missed a penalty kick that could have seen them sharing spoils in Manchester.
Clearly it won’t be business like Old Trafford when they get to Parken Stadium. The side prepare to face the worse according to their Boss, Erik ten Hag.
Ten Hag has of lately seen his position come under pressure but the Dutch man isn’t scared of losing his spot as he remains confident that he can turn the tables before the end of the season.
Speaking to the media ahead of United’s press conference today via an online medium, ten Hag said; “We know what to expect from Copenhagen and we are even prepared for the worse.
“They will be stubborn with their tackles and attacks, it’s their home they will want to protect it and we have to use that against them.
“There is a press today and I will share more details on that,” ten Hag said when asked about injury reports for his team.
Marcus Rashford missed the last match through an injury and it’s yet to be learned if he will be available for selection on Wednesday.
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