Rashford urges teammates to stay positive and 'get the job' done at Camp Nou
- Marcus Rashford refuses to admit the Barcelona tie is closed.
- The 21-year-old wants to see more collective work from United at Camp Nou.
“Yeah like you say it was frustrating but at the same time, you have to stay cool and remember that the game is going to be won over two legs,” Rashford replied when asked if he feels frustrated by the outcome of the first leg against Barcelona. “It was a tough game but I thought we got into some decent positions; we just struggled to create real clear-cut opportunities.
“We understand as a team that we have to go into the second leg with a positive mindset and get the job done.”
Rashford continued when asked what United have learned from last week's tie at Old Trafford: “I think we have to do things more as a team. When they have the ball we have to press, and everyone has to press. When we have the ball and we’re attacking then everyone has to be up, so if we lose the ball we can win it back quickly.
“They’re a top team with some top players, and we knew it was always going to be difficult. They got a goal in the first half but other than that the game was quite even.”