Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has blamed their 1-0 loss to Barcelona on their slow start.
The Red Devils were defeated, thanks to a Luke Shaw own goal in the first half.
Solskjaer says Barca were “fortunate” to get an away goal and believes they will get theirs at the Nou Camp next week.
“We didn’t start great. They scored a great goal, there was great movement by Messi and Suarez and they’re fortunate that it comes off Luke and changes direction.
“It’s a blow but we settled well. We’re still in this tie.
“(Messi) a fantastic player. We did as well as we could against him. We kept our shape well.
“It could have gone both ways. We didn’t hit the target and that’s one of the disappointing things. We’ll go there with work to be done but we will create chances,” the Norwegian told BT Sport.