Published: Sat, May 27, 2017
Sports | By Brett Lawson

United's Europa league win gave Manchester a lift, says Ferguson

United's Europa league win gave Manchester a lift, says Ferguson

After Manchester United's 2-0 win against AFC Ajax in the Uefa Europa League, Juan Mata was quick to dedicate the win to the victims of the Manchester terror attack.

Rooney has battled injuries on and off over the season and found his playing time limited under Jose Mourinho. Indeed, Ajax captain Davy Klaassen continued that trend, by suggesting that Mourinho's side were "lucky" to win. "We played for England, we played for Manchester and we played for them - the people who died".

"Obviously there are things more important than football in life and we tried to focus on the game and to win to try and lift the spirit of the town at least for some hours and we feel proud of that. I agree with the UEFA decision to play the match". If you are dominant in the area, you build long.

Mourinho, meanwhile, made no apologies for his tactics, remarking: "There are lots of poets in football but poets don't win many titles". "We knew where we were better than them and we exploited their weaknesses". "We did that very well from the first minute and we totally deserve the trophy".

"High pressing was hard because Man United only played long balls and didn't take any risks in the build-up".

"Not by finishing second or third or fourth, and we have the honour of going to the Super Cup".

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Relief, because it means the club are back in the Champions League - and can keep attracting some of Europe's top names.

Spain worldwide Juan Mata expressed his delight at helping United land the only major trophy missing from the club's honours, but his thoughts were also primarily with those affected by the shocking events in Manchester. But the world goes on and does not stop and we have to do our work.

Earlier yesterday, Rooney's worldwide career looked over after he was left out of the squad for next month's World Cup qualifier against Scotland and a friendly in France. I can't do it. For me, enough is enough.

The Champions League group stages will begin on September 12, one month after the new Premier League season begins on August 12.

With three trophies in his maiden campaign, the former Chelsea manager was happy to take aim at his many critics this season. "If he stays next season I'd be very happy".

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