Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea believes his side must do better in their second leg against Atlético Madrid in the Champions League.
The Red Devils scraped a 1-1 draw away from home in the first leg of their Round of 16 clash, with Atlético having the better opportunities.
While De Gea felt a draw was a fair result, he knows they must go up another gear to secure passage to the Quarter-Finals.
He told beIN Sports: “It as great to be back at home in Madrid. It was strange because I played for this club but it is football. We are Manchester United, we wanted to win, it was a tight game and both teams had a couple of chances in the whole game. The draw is a fair result.
“We came to a very difficult pitch against a very good team, they started with more intensity than us and won the 50-50s, they scored a very good goal. In the second half we showed that we have good character and we played good, scored a goal and everything to play at Old Trafford.”
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