"At half-time and at 60 minutes, I thought: `You never know`, but United do always look like they will score. So I knew it was going to come. But when they got it and went further clear of us, I actually wanted to cry and I haven`t done that or felt like that in years.
"Football is full of emotions. You get angry and happy but I have never wanted to cry before. This time I did as that`s how much it means.