John Guidetti confident Celta Vigo can upset Manchester United at Old Trafford

Ruben Hill
May 21, 2017

One moment of magic from the England worldwide settled a tight encounter as he pulled his strike across Celta Vigo goalkeeper Sergio Alvarez into the far corner 23 minutes from time.

The Swedish striker said: 'We have done it before.

"We will have to go and score a goal as we did other times", he told beIN Sports.

The first major European semifinal in the Spanish club's history began with a 1-0 first-leg defeat thanks to Rashford's splendid free kick.

"Of course, if there is a chance you are going to take it but you also keep in mind there is a second game and 1-0 away is a good result".

Marcus Rashford scored a stunning free-kick against Celta Vigo on Thursday night.

"We need to be human with the players, be sensible and use common sense in the Premier League". "In the last match at Old Trafford, we shook hands before, after".

United would have a more comfortable lead to defend had they been able to make more of the opportunities which came their way on Thursday. But the way we started the game and the way we controlled the game in the first half I thought we deserved a better result.

"That means a lot to us and also the performances we have done away from home", Guidetti, still dreaming of playing the final in his home-town of Stockholm, said.

"The players are in accumulation with lots of minutes because we played nine matches in April and now this one, so 10 in four-and-a-half weeks. But the opposition was hard, the match was hard, the stadium was hard, so I can not be happier with the players and their work".

'I am going to change my team to play against Arsenal, so I think Wenger will be really happy with me, ' says Mourinho.

United once again looked to be heading for a frustrating draw despite dominating both possession and the number of chances created at the Estadio de Balaidos. "We've got to win the games and hopefully we beat Arsenal and can concentrate on the next game".

Other reports by Click Lancashire

Discuss This Article