Paul Pogba has called on his Manchester United team to learn from their mistakes when it comes to the final.
In the semifinals Ole Gunner fell to the Soulshawker team for the fourth time in a row, and Bogba agreed that they must learn how to take the next stage if they want to win the trophies.
“Losing is very annoying because there is a file behind all of this,” Bokba said.
“We have to do better, of course we have to do better. We have to learn because this is not the first time.
“It simply came to our notice then. Details make a difference all the time, and now that it’s such a big game, we lost it on details and set pieces.
“We have to learn, we have to achieve this because after this, the big games are coming.
“Next time, we’ll do better.”
A win or draw at Turf Moore will see United go above the arch-rivals Liverpool On the desk, before they travel to Anfield for a week on Sunday.
“A week is not the time to be disappointed because we know where we are,” Bogba said.
“It simply came to our notice then. We will get this and we will go back.
“It’s hard, it’s hard, and you’ll learn from these games. It will help us to progress in the next games and get better and better results.
“That’s what we want. That’s what the fans want, the team wants, everyone wants this.
“The club is built on success and big things, so that’s all we want to get – big things.
“It simply came to our notice then. Last year they obviously dominated more, they dominated us. Today it is not so, so we are moving forward.
“We are advancing in the league, and even if we lose in the semifinals, we still have a long way to go and that’s what we want.
“But now it’s about the details. Improving is good, but we all need to move on to the next level now.”
United midfielder Tony van de Peek has been warned he will have to leave this month to defend his Holland spot for Euro 2020 this summer.
Van Peek, who signed for $ 40 million from Ajax last summer, has started one of United’s last nine games in all competitions.
Ronald de Boer, the twin brother of Holland coach Frank, said the midfielder should consider making sure his future is included in the Dutch squad.
“The European Championship is coming and he will undoubtedly want to be there,” Ronald said.
“Maybe it’s better for him to discuss with the club what they want.
“If his outlook on playing time does not improve, he will have to announce that he will be borrowed or sold.”
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