Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has warned his side not to give room for complacency despite just needing a point to go through to the knockout phase of the Champions League when they take on RB Leipzig tonight.
Manchester United’s qualification hope was put in the ice following a 3 -1 defeat to PSG last week in a reverse fixture.
Despite the defeat, Solskjaer’s men are still top of Group H with nine points from five games following comfortable home wins over Leipzig and Istanbul Basaksehir while also beating Paris Saint-Germain at Parc des Princes.
United needs a point to book their place in the round of 16 but solskjaer thinks victory over the German side is not negotiable.
The Norwegian head coach told MUTV : “Football is all about performing when it matters and it’s one of those tests. We’ve got to the last game. We’ve done really well to get there and, of course, we need a point.
“We want to go there and put our authority on the game and hopefully win.”
“It’s in your mind, of course it is. We know we don’t have to take silly risks. You just have to make good decisions,” he said.
“The mindset has to be to go out there and try to win the game, in a way that is sensible. That’s what we’ll do.”
The Red Devils boss added on the challenge Leipzig will pose: “They’ve got good players, a good team and the way they’ve risen up the ranks has been impressive.
“It is all about Man Utd and how we perform. When we are at our best, I think any side will struggle against us.”