Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Wary Of Barcelona's

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Wary Of Barcelona's

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Wary Of Barcelona's

Manchester United face the toughest test of their 2018/19 season, as they are up against an in-form Barcelona side in the UEFA Champions League quarter-final.

"I think the PSG tie is a great example", the defender said in a news conference on Tuesday.

United fell 2-0 to PSG, and though they went on to complete a miraculous comeback in Paris, a similar deficit will not be as easily overturned at the Nou Camp.

"At the end of his career he had injury problems but training with him you could see that he had that quality to score goals".

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Having been at Manchester United earlier in his career, he reflected on what it was like to play at Old Trafford and to have Ole Gunner Solskjaer as a teammate.

"In the summer of 2015, Paul Pogba was playing in Turin and we simply told Juve that, if one day they decide to sell the player, we would be interested", he told ESPNFC.

"So, he went to United, and he's making them better as a team because he's one of the stars of the world of football right now".

"In the Champions League the officiating is more similar to that in LaLiga".

"I was here from 17 to 21 and I picked up a lot of experiences required to become a professional. It's a special game for me". "He's one of our, of course, big performers and on a big stage", Solskjaer said. I lived here on my own and you learn a lot that way. Again, there is no easy option there, so it is definitely going to be the hardest competition for them to win.

"Pressure would be if we'd never won it or if this was the only title left for us [to win] this season", he said.

They are unbeaten in 16 games and have won eight of the last nine.

"The supporters here are fantastic, regardless of who they are playing". Rather than fearing 90 minutes against Messi, the centre-back is actually looking forward to it and wants the Argentine to "Bring it on".

"There is a lot of excitement, not pressure".

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