Darren Fletcher, who probably worked harder than any player on the field last night, has echoed the sentiments of Patrice Evra, that he is disappointed we didn’t make the most of our domination.
He also believes the key for us to progress to the final is to get an away goal which shouldn’t be out of our reach given the attacking ability we have.
“We used our usual gameplan which is to get about them and press them and play at a really high tempo and from there try and break with the great attacking players that we’ve got,” said Fletcher. “The gameplan seemed to work. We’re just disappointed there wasn’t a few more goals. If we can score an away goal it’s going to be massive for us. The pressure is now on Arsenal as they’re at home. They have to come out and win the match. We’ll have a different gameplan down there. We know it’s going to be a difficult match, we know that. With the attacking quality we’ve got, not matter what team the manager picks we’ve got enough quality to score that away goal.”
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