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Manchester United captain Harry Maguire defends Jesse Lingard ahead of crucial run

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Manchester United captain Harry Maguire has backed Jesse Lingard to bounce again because the membership face a make-or-break run of fixtures subsequent month following their shock Champions League defeat to Young Boys.

After beginning their European marketing campaign within the worst doable style in Switzerland on Tuesday evening, there may be elevated stress on video games in opposition to Villarreal and Atalanta as they appear to qualify from Group F.

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It has made a nightmare month in October even more durable with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s staff already scheduled to face Leicester, Liverpool and Tottenham within the Premier League. A house derby in opposition to Manchester City on Nov. 6 follows quickly afterwards.

Solskjaer believes United must win their three Champions League dwelling video games to progress to the knock-out rounds. Atalanta’s go to to Previous Trafford on Oct. 20 is adopted by back-to-back Premier League clashes with Liverpool and Tottenham. They’re high of the desk after three wins and a draw from their opening 4 video games.

Defeat in Bern was sealed after Aaron Wan-Bissaka‘s pink card within the first half and Lingard’s backpass which allowed Jordan Siebatcheu to attain a stoppage-time winner.

Maguire has backed Lingard to bounce again however insists United want to chop out the errors.

“Self-discipline is a big half of event soccer,” he stated. “If this was a knockout sport and we exit of the competitors as a result of we go all the way down to 10 males, everybody could be kicking ourselves.

“We’re lucky it’s the first sport of the group and we’ve got hundreds of time to bounce again from it.

“Self-discipline is a big half of soccer. With Jesse, no footballer likes making errors nevertheless it’s clearly half and parcel of the sport. We’re people, each footballer makes errors, we’ll be taught from it, he’ll be taught from it.

“He’ll choose himself up and be able to go on Sunday, that is half and parcel of soccer. However of course, self-discipline is an enormous half.”

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