The German wants to forget this meeting as soon as possible.

Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-Andre Ter Stegen shared his thoughts after the 2-8 defeat to Bayern Munich in the quarter-finals of the Champions League.

“Really hard times. Fans, I am very sorry about what happened yesterday.

I’m disappointed. I don’t want to look for excuses – there are none. We definitely need to change, ” the German tweeted.


Maguire: “for MU, reaching the semi-finals IS not yet a success”
The Englishman wants to achieve more.

Manchester United defender Harry Maguire shared his expectations for the Europa League semi-final meeting with Sevilla, which will take place today.

“Reaching the semi-finals is not a success for our club. We finished the season in third place in the Premier League, but this is not enough for our club.

We want to be better in the future. We want to win trophies, the Premier League and cups.

It’s great to get to the semifinals, but you need to work hard, get to the final and win it.

I have seen fragments of Sevilla’s performances, they are a strong team. They performed well in La Liga, played well since January. They, like us, are in good shape.

I would say that they are a strong, strong team, but you need to believe in your abilities, focus on yourself. If we play the way we know how, we will reach the final,” Maguire said for ESPN.

Fernandes: “I need to play much better to earn comparisons with Cantona”
The Portuguese modestly responded to comparisons with the Mancunian legend.
Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes commented on comparisons with former club forward Eric Cantona.

“I’m happy that people are talking about it, but I think Cantona was a great player, I need to play much better to deserve such comparisons.

Cantona has won a lot of trophies with MU and I will be happy if we win the Europa League.

When a club buys you for 55 million pounds, you get confidence. I had already played in Italy and I knew what it was like to play outside of my country, to play in another League.

Of course, my coach and partners supported me. The coach keeps saying that I should do what I did at sporting and try to get better at it. It helps me.

It is not easy for me, because the Premier League is a completely different tournament, but the coach, his staff, teammates believe in me, and everything is going well. We have good results, I scored a few goals, ” Brunu said for The Guardian.