Louis van Gaal tuned into Manchester United's 1-1 draw with Club Brugge on Thursday – and was not impressed with what he saw.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer' s side need to get the job done in the return leg at Old Trafford.
But former manager Van Gaal will be hoping for a different approach from the Red Devils.
Dutch football manager Henk Houwaart watched the clash with the ex-United manager, who thought the game was 'lousy'.
“Louis thought it was a lousy contest,” he told Het Laatste Nieuws.
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“(We) both thought it was a worthless match.
"After no more than three passes, they lost the ball again (and) Louis sighed.
“It was just friendly. Too bad, because Man United were there to be taken, had Club Brugge player with their best team.
"Well, it’s not over yet. We’ll score in England.”
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Solskjaer admitted his side could play better following the disappointing draw, with all to play for in the second-leg.
“It was difficult conditions out there. It was almost like astroturf," he told MUTV after the game.
"It was bouncing, the ball is very, very quick and lively, so anything could happen and we got the away goal.
"Anto [Anthony Martial], a very, very good goal, individual goal. He worked hard to win the ball off him and was composed to put it in, so we’re happy with that, but we know we can play better.
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“There's many things to their goal that we can look at. Of course we can’t switch off when they’ve got a goalkick.
"Apparently it was our corner, it should have been, and the ball was rolling when he kicked it. Apart from that we should still look after that one long pass.
"Football is a game of errors and we’ve made one there and they got a goal from it, but we scored from their error, so that evens out and I’d rather 1-1 than 0-0.”
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