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Ander Herrera insists Man United can still win Champions League tie despite first-leg PSG defeat

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Er Herrera has not given up on Champions League progress and is confident that Manchester United's loss to Paris St Germain will not 'hurt' or throw Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side off kilter.

After winning 10 out of his first 11 matches in all competitions, the caretaker manager tasted defeat for the first time in the first leg of United's eagerly-anticipated Champions League round of 16 tie against the French champions.



Paul Pogba's sending off compounded a bad night for United, but midfielder Herrera was not getting too downhearted after their fine, unbeaten 11-game run came to an end.



'I think the game was tight until the first goal,' he said as downcast team-mates trudged through the interview area.

We were pressing quite good, so after the goal they were finding those gaps that they couldn't find in the first half.

As disappointing as Tuesday's loss might be, there are still positives for United.

Sat in the top four for the first time since the opening weekend of the season, Solskjaer's side now focus on the FA Cup and travel to Chelsea on Monday for an interestingly-poised fifth-round clash.


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