Vidic confident Man U would learn from last season's 'heartbreaking' title defeat
London, Aug 8(ANI): Manchester United captain has said team's young players would learn from their heart-breaking Premier League loss to local rivals Manchester City on the last day of the season.
United were pipped at the death by two goals from Edin Dzeko and Sergio Aguero in the dying minutes of the final match as Roberto Mancini's side came from behind to beat QPR 3-2.
Vidic, forced to look on from the sidelines as he recovered from a cruciate ligament injury, is now ready to lead a more stanch United back into battle this campaign.
"We had some young players play a lot of games last season and they'll have learned a lot. We all learned. In Europe we've had so much success in recent years - we've had three finals, a semi-final - and maybe we relaxed a bit last season," The Telegraph quoted Vidic, as saying.
"We were punished and we can't allow that to happen again. We had a few injuries last season too. I hope everyone can stay fit this season. The young players can learn from last year, so I'm confident we'll be better this year," he added.
After eight months out recovering from his injury nightmare Vidic finally returned to action for United in Sunday's goalless draw with Norwegian outfit Valerenga. (ANI)
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