Manchester United supporters are concerned they’ll lose to FC Copenhagen in the Champions League after watching a video of the Parken Stadium home end.
Erik ten Hag’s side must win out in Denmark to have any hope of qualifying from Group A, with Galatasaray and Bayern Munich still fighting for a route to the last 16.
A 1-0 win in the reverse fixture two weeks ago saw United register their first win of the campaign and move off the bottom spot at the expense of their opponents.
Copenhagen won’t be pushovers for a struggling United side. Check out footage of their fans below.
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United’s record away from home under Ten Hag isn’t the best, with three wins on their travels this term.
It’s been claimed Red Devils players crumble under pressure in hostile environments, something that happened on several occasions last campaign.
United were walloped 4-0 away at Brentford, 6-3 at Manchester City and 7-0 to Liverpool.
One Twitter user posted: “I think we could be in massive trouble.”
Another said: “Some of our players are going to absolutely s**t themselves.”
A third added: “The last thing we need. The lads are going to fold.”
While a fourth admitted: “Thought it was an easy win until I watch this.”
United were far from convincing in Saturday’s 1-0 win over Fulham, although they’ll have Marcus Rashford back after he missed the trip to Craven Cottage through injury.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka made his first start after recovering from a hamstring injury, and Victor Lindelof has overcome illness.
United will be without long-term absentees Casemiro and Lisandro Martinez, who ten Hag confirmed will likely be out until after Christmas.
Ten Hag conceded: “I have some time schedules, but it’s always difficult to expect that because they can have setbacks during rehab periods.
“Casemiro and Martinez are really strong injuries, I don’t expect them back before Christmas.”