Manchester United midfielder, Ander Herrera has pinpointed Presnel Kimpembe’s opener as the turning point in Tuesday’s Champions League clash against PSG.
Concise News reports that in-form United succumbed to the might of the French champions at Old Trafford two goals to nil.
Although many United fans believe scorer, Kimpembe should not have even been on the pitch after repeatedly fouling throughout the first 55 minutes.
“I think the game was tight until the corner [from which Kimpembe scored]. After the first goa,l they played the way they wanted,” Herrera tells BT Sport after a testing evening for United which also saw Paul Pogba sent off late on.
“After the first goal everything changes, it was under control and we were better until that moment. The game could have finished 0-0 if they hadn’t scored from that corner, but they did.
“After that, they played on the counter, they have very quick players, but it was tight until the corner.
“Now we have good examples, having won at Spurs and Arsenal – big teams, big games, and we will try to win away. We all are very optimistic and positive, it’s just one result and we’re in a good moment. We’re going to continue.