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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking forward to the sort of big European night Old Trafford has been missing of late when Manchester United face Paris St Germain on Tuesday night.
Few gave United much of a chance in this fixture when the draw was made in December, but Solskjaer has transformed the atmosphere around the club with 10 wins and one draw in 11 matches, and there is now a huge sense of anticipation about this Champions League clash.
"The players and the supporters have been looking forward to this," Solskjaer said. "These nights are special."
They are the sort of games Solskjaer was used to in his United playing career under Sir Alex Ferguson.
"My last one was when we beat Roma 7-1 (in 2007)," he said. "That was a typical Old Trafford night. We'd lost 2-1 away from home but the manager was happy. He said, 'We'll be alright, we'll win at home', he was so confident in our ability.
"I want my players to go into this game with confidence and embrace it."
With the PSG game followed by an FA Cup clash against Chelsea and a Premier League meeting with title challengers Liverpool, Solskjaer can further strengthen his credentials to land the Old Trafford job full-time over the next two weeks.
The impact he has had makes him the favourite already, and the Norwegian admits his caretaker spell has gone better than expected so far.
"Before I came in of course I couldn't (expect this)," he said. "You always expect to win every game of football when you have players like this and you're at a club like this but we know we're not going to win every single game.
"I think the players are still disappointed with the two points lost against Burnley and so am I.
"I've loved every single minute of it. We knew we had a big challenge in front of us because we were far behind in the league, confidence was low after the defeat to Liverpool but they have responded fantastically.
"I don't think we could be in a better frame of mind and we're looking forward to the next few games."
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Bayern Munich forward Thomas Muller is set to miss both legs of the Champions League last-16 clash against Liverpool through suspension.
Muller has been hit with a two-match ban by UEFA following his red card for an ugly tackle on Nicolas Tagliafico during the recent 3-3 draw with Ajax.
However, Bayern have said they will appeal against the decision.
Muller was shown a straight red card - the first of his career - after catching Tagliafico with a head-high challenge.
Afterwards the 29-year-old said sorry via Twitter, writing: "'I would like to apologise to Nico Tagliafico for yesterday's incident. It was unintentional. Get well soon."
Bayern travel to Anfield for the first leg on February 19, with the return in Munich on March 13.
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