Wednesday, 9th April, 2014

Manchester United manager David Moyes has pinpointed the 30 seconds after his side scored against Bayern Munich this evening as when things started to go wrong.

Moyes took his side to the Allianz Arena with the Champions League quarter-final locked at 1-1 following the first leg at Old Trafford.

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Manchester United needed to score and did just that in the 58th minute when Patrice Evra connected with a cross perfectly, volleying an unstoppable shot past Manuel Neuer.

However, that woke the German beast and Bayern Munich equalised just 22 seconds later through a Mario Mandzukic header. Then goals from Thomas Muller and Arjen Robben ended any Manchester United hopes.


Moyes was generally pleased with his side's performance, but knows the spell which cost them the game.

"It probably went wrong 30 seconds after we scored. If you're a schoolboy you're told don't concede after you score", he explained to Sky Sports.

"From the kick-off they went up the pitch and scored, we needed five or 10 minutes to compose ourselves.

"The players didn't do an awful lot wrong tonight. They played really well but it was just a couple of small errors that cost us in the end."

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