SCOTT McTominay insists there'll be no Champions League hangover and no fear when Manchester United head for St James' Park to face Newcastle on Saturday night.

Erik ten Hag's side are facing the prospect of a humiliating European exit after Wednesday night's 3-3 draw with Galatasaray - leaving United bottom of their group ahead of a daunting final fixture against Bayern Munich.

United do still have faint hopes of progressing in the Champions League, but must now beat Bayern and hope Copenhagen draw with Galatasaray.

Despite their midweek disappointment in Turkey - when ten Hag's side blew a two-goal second half lead - McTominay insists United will brush off that disappointment and be ready for their crunch Premier League clash at Newcastle in what promises to be another hostile environment.

“There’s no intimidation in football,” said McTominay.

“You’ve just got to go there and take it on its head on and go for it.

“That’s the way that this team wants to operate – we want to go and fight every challenge head on and that’s it. There’s no ducking and diving out of situations. We want to go and push ourselves and test ourselves against some really good teams as well.”

McTominay says the whole team have to take responsibility for Manchester United’s bleak Champions League predicament.

“We have to wait and see,” said the midfielder.

“It’s not in our hands. We’ve put ourselves in that position and we have to own it and that’s football. We kept our cool really well, I felt like throughout large portions of the game.

“Obviously towards the end it gets a little bit like a basketball game where everyone’s up and down and some tired legs and stuff like that.

“We need to rest, recover and there’s is a big game coming up on Saturday, which we will be ready for as well.”