Paul Scholes on Man United’s dressing room reaction to Dean Henderson’s mistake against Milan

Paul Scholes on Man United’s dressing room reaction to Dean Henderson’s mistake against Milan

Paul Scholes opened on how to make a Manchester United The dressing room was going to react to Dean Henderson’s mistake Thursday night.

The Englishman was wrong for failing to clear Simon Kier’s last header in the Europa League.

The Red Devils appeared to be on their way to a 1-0 lead in the second leg after Emad scored his first goal for the club just five minutes after being knocked out of the bench.

Bruno Fernandez Lifting a completely burdened ball Chelsea The battle is Ficayo Tomori, who saw the young Ivorian player with a smart header past Gianluigi Donnarumma.

Milan had two goals canceled in the first half, but their efforts were rewarded with a late corner kick.

Milan star Simone Kier equalized late

Danish defender Kiar put his head on the ball but Henderson will not want to watch the accident again as his efforts to clear it were disgraceful.

In the BT Sport studio, Scholes He was less impressed with his former team but also offered some insights into how the dressing room would react.

He said, “It depends on the goalkeeper’s experience.

“If David is one of your goalkeepers, leave him alone. Let him handle it. He will know how to recover and get over it.”

“It might be a little different with Henderson. Get into it and say, ‘Don’t worry about that, we’ll come back next time.'”

“You might give him some encouragement because he will be disappointed.

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“I think it’s going to be ruined. Look, it’s not a fatal mistake. It’s a mistake. It’s not such an obvious mistake.”

“For goalkeepers, focus is particularly important for the 90 minutes. You can’t blame that for the draw. United were the second best team of all night.”

“Milan was really good, they scored a really good goal which was canceled.

“They deserved to win completely. They missed out on winning tonight. I still think they are lucky.”

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