Dimitar Berbatov explained his lack of emotion at scoring his first goals for Manchester United was down to missing easier earlier opportunities. Despite striking twice in the 3-0 win over Aalborg his sulky demeanour hinted at a return to his attitude with former club Tottenham.
"I did not celebrate the first goal because I was still angry with myself for missing the first chance," he told the Manchester Evening News.
"On that occasion, my shot was not right at all, in fact I was embarrassed by it. When you pay so much money for someone you should score chances like that... I was disappointed with the first one. Sometimes in a game you might only get one opportunity and I was trying to score.
"But I guess the most important thing was that we won," he added.
"The pressure is (always) there to score. Hopefully I can deal with that and handle it in a positive way."
"I feel happy playing in this team. It is everything I thought it would be. Ryan Giggs has been here since the beginning and says he never wanted to go anywhere else. I don't want to go anywhere either," the 27-year old concluded.