Bruno Fernandes speaks on Man United's chance to qualify for the UCL second round


Manchester United's chances of advancing to the second round of the UEFA Champions League met a huge speed bump in Denmark.

The Red Devils needed maximum points against Copenhagen on match day four to improve their chances of reaching the round of 16. Manchester United threw away a two-goal lead when Marcus Rashford was issued a straight red card for dangerous play in the first half.

The captain of the Red Devils, Bruno Fernandes believes that his team must win their remaining two games if they want to reach the second round.

He said,

"We have a mountain to climb, so we must climb. All together. We have two games, and we have to win those two games."

Manchester United currently bottom of the group with three points behind Galatasaray in third place while Bayern Munich and Copenhagen occupy the first and second place respectively with 12 and four points.

The Red Devils need maximum points in the games against Bayern Munich at Old Trafford and Galatasaray in Turkey to stand a chance of finishing second in the group.