Evra: Man Utd haven't looked back since Champions League exit

Manchester United fullback Patrice Evra feels their Champions League exit was a turning point in their season. Evra views it as a potential watershed moment in United's season.

Manchester United fullback Patrice Evra feels their Champions League exit was a turning point in their season.

Evra views it as a potential watershed moment in United's season.

"I think it was a big disappointment when we went out early in the Champions League," the Frenchman told MUTV, "but I think it was a wake-up call, because maybe everyone looked at themselves in the mirror and said 'we can do much better'.

"What the fans expect of every player, we are doing now. That's why I'm very pleased. Nothing is easy; it's because we're working hard. If we stopped working hard and think only with the United name, everything is going to be wrong.

"That's why we have to keep going with this momentum and trust each other because it's a big squad and everyone wants to show they deserve to play. If we win and score goals and keep many clean sheets, like we did tonight, we're going to be at the top of the league at the end of the season."

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