Manchester United captain, Harry Maguire, has urged his teammates to wake up and face the reality of winning their remaining matches in the Premier League.
Maguire charged the players to forget about Sheffield United’s defeat and take the bull by the horns against Arsenal on Saturday.
“When you do get a defeat, there’s nothing worse than waiting to get back out on the pitch to play and put things right,” Maguire, told club media, following the loss to his former club.
“The boys are devastated if I’m honest. It’s a really quiet dressing room. The boys are so disappointed; we didn’t expect it, we came into the game confident.
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“We’ve got to pick ourselves up. We are disappointed and it hurts, but Saturday is a big game and we’ve got to bounce back.
“It’s all good and easy when you’re winning football matches and you’re playing well, but now it’s time to stand up and be counted.
“When you get kicked down, it’s how quickly you bounce back and Saturday’s a big one and we’ve got to get three points