But Solskjaer said: "That memory from PSG will help the players". "We know we can turn things around". Barcelona at Nou Camp is a hard prospect, but the memory from that night will live with the players. "He is one of the best goalkeepers in the world right now", said Ter Stegen.
"[There will be] Many emotions, of course it's a fantastic memory for me".
"We can be in the tie in the 93rd minute", he said - referencing Marcus Rashford's stoppage-time penalty against PSG that put them through to the last eight. Solskjær's response to United's shortage of goals also suggested that he sees it as a personnel problem, and a costly one to fix.
His wages have caused a split in the United dressing room and Solskjaer admits if Sanchez gets some game time in the Nou Camp he needs to deliver the goods.
They toiled last week at Old Trafford and Solskjaer knows someone will have to step up and make an impact. We have to keep the ball, as we always do, because that's how we play and how we understand the game. "We're here, ready to try and get through, recognising that we are playing a great opponent and anything could happen".
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The Red Devils were criticised by some for their cautious approach to playing Barcelona in the first leg and Solskjaer is hoping for a better performance this time out.
"We didn't stamp our authority on the game at home", said the Norwegian.
"We respect what they have done, what they are and the history they have behind them". "We have to deal with their qualities in possession and on the counter".
"People have said to me it has to be our year - that it's 20 years ago [since I scored the winner], that I used to play with No. 20, back at Camp Nou, but we have to deserve it".