Manchester United will go to Paris next month for the second leg of the Round of 16 and it will be an uphill task for Solskajer.
Currently, the Red Devils are 2-0 down meaning that they will have to score atleast 3-0 if they do wish to win the game in regulation time.
And it will be a really big ask since now Paul Pogba has been ruled out of the tie due to a suspension.
But midfielder Ander Herrera feels that they can still achieve the impossible.
“I think this result is not going to hurt us because of the way we lost,” the United midfielder said.
“If you lose being worse than the opponent, that could hurt us. But I think until the corner I couldn’t say we were better (but) the game was under control.
“They were not creating too many problems, we neither but 0-0 could have been an OK result because everything would be open.
“Now it is more difficult for us, but we have good examples (of getting good away wins).
“I think the game was tight until the first goal,
“We couldn’t say we were the better team, but they were not better than us either.
“So, it’s difficult because against these kinds of teams, such good teams, you don’t want to concede goals from corners.
“They didn’t create in the first 60-65 minutes. I couldn’t say any chance from open play. The two chances they had were offside, so we couldn’t say they created any chance.
“But after the goal, they could play counter-attack. They have very quick players, they couldn’t build from the back. We were pressing quite good, so after the goal, they were finding those gaps that they couldn’t find in the first half.
“But this is football. Something to learn (from). We can’t concede goals from set-pieces against these kinds of teams because everything turns much, much (more) difficult, much harder.
“So now we have good examples. We won away against Tottenham, we won against Arsenal.
“They are teams that are as good as PSG, so we will go there to try and make it difficult for them.
“Right now, we have to think about the FA Cup against Chelsea and keep our place in the top four.”
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