David De Gea says Manchester United did not play well despite win over West Ham

David De Gea says Manchester United did not play well despite win over West Ham

- David De Gea has told his teammates at Manchester United to improve their game

- The Spanish goalie stated that they were not impressive in EPL win over West Ham United

- Manchester United will face Spanish giants Barcelona on Tuesday, April 16 in UCL clash

Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has made it clear that his teammates did not play well despite beating West Ham United and called for improvement ahead of Barcelona clash.

The Red Devils were 2-1 winners to maintain their push for a top-four place, but goalkeeper De Gea conceded they will have to raise their level at the Nou Camp.

Ole Solskjaer's men were beaten at home 1-0 in the first leg of their quarterfinal clash against Barcelona at Old Trafford.

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“Of course it's difficult, but if you want to be a top team you have to play big Champions League games, and the weekend after it's the Premier League.

“So you have to be focused and ready for a difficult game again. I think today we didn't play well, we have to improve a lot and now we have a big challenge on Tuesday.

“We will try to fight and win the game. We can go with more confidence after the three points.

“It's a big challenge, a special occasion, in Spain, against Barcelona, a Champions League night, so it's going to be an amazing game,'' the Spaniard explained according to UK Mirror.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Scott McTominay was rested by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer during Manchester United's 2-1 win over West Ham at Old Trafford.

And the Norwegian manager has revealed that the Scotland international was kept fresh ahead of United's Champions League game against Barcelona in midweek.

The Red Devils are faced with a daunting task to shock the tournament favourites as they look to overturn a 1-0 defeat suffered in the first leg.

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