Anders Lindegaard admits he found it hard to look on the bright side as Manchester United lost their 100% Champions League record.
With qualification already assured, Sir Alex Ferguson opted to leave most of his senior stars out of the trip to Galatasaray, meaning a 1-0 defeat was hardly a surprise. But for Lindegaard, who returned to the starting line-up at Norwich last weekend as David de Gea was recovering from having his wisdom teeth out, defeat was particularly painful.
"I have played in two games in a row now and we have lost them both," the Denmark international said. "It's very hard to find smiles about anything or a positive side. We have an important game on Saturday against QPR and need to get back on track."
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