Manchester United conceded a late goal in a 1-1 draw with AC Milan on Thursday night.
Dean Henderson has been given a chance to impress in David de Gea’s absence but the goalkeeper was unable to keep out Simon Kjaer’s header from a corner.
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has admitted Henderson could have done more to keep out AC Milan’s injury-time equaliser at Old Trafford.
“It’s a header from six yards, he can save it of course,” said Solskajer.
“I have seen him save them but it’s the structure we lose. We dropped too deep and we get blocked off and he (Kjaer) makes a good run and gets a good header on it. We should have attacked the ball with the men we had there.
“We’re disappointed but then again that can happen. I’ve been part of a team that has scored in injury time in Europe myself from a set-play.
“We’ve got to take that on the chin, travel down there and go for it.”