Former Manchester United defender Patrice Evra has issued a rallying cry to the club ahead of their crunch clash with Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League on Tuesday. You have so many ways of asking that question. PSG's visit is Solskjaer's first Champions League examination and is followed by an FA Cup fifth-round trip to Chelsea and a Premier League encounter with Liverpool at Old Trafford.
Brown, who spent 11 years with Solskjaer as his team-mate at United, feels the Norwegian is better suited to the club than his predecessors.
United had to play the second half without attackers Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial, who suffered injuries, and their night got worse in the 53rd when Kimpembe ghosted in unattended at the back post to volley home a corner from Angel Di Maria.
Marquinhos' versatility, which enables him to play in midfield or in the heart of defence, may come in handy for the second leg as the Parisians may look to sit deep and frustrate Manchester United at the Parc des Princes.
"He's brought Mike Phelan in as well, he was a huge part of Sir Alex's team, and he's managed to get everyone playing again, he's got them all enjoying it. Confidence is high and it's been showing on the pitch".
"My last was Roma (2007), when we beat them 7-1, on a typical Old Trafford night", he said.
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"It is hard to compare games because when they play in the league, they know they are going to win it anyway", Solskjaer said ahead of the first leg of their last-16 meeting.
Meanwhile, in the 36 games Neymar has missed, PSG have won 26, drawn six and lost four, scoring 87 and conceding 26, at an win rate of 72.2 per cent, significantly lower.
"They've done well together in a few games".
Forward Alexis Sanchez said United should be confident of going further in the competition.
"I've loved every single minute of it since I walked in here on the first day".
"I want people to eat the grass tomorrow and the fans, you have a big part to play".