Published: Sat, November 10, 2018
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Seven conclusions from Manchester United's last seven comeback wins

Seven conclusions from Manchester United's last seven comeback wins

It also said the player does not get on with his team-mates and finally that he does not like Mourinho's management style.

"When you win, you are more optimistic in your preparations for the next game", Herrera told the British media.

Mourinho had to be escorted off the pitch on Wednesday after celebrating Manchester United's 2-1 Champions League win by cupping his hand to his ear to the crowd after the final whistle. I even like his reaction at the end of the game against Newcastle, which the FA have appealed against.

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"A point or three would have changed little for Juventus, but three points makes a big difference to us".

Earlier, Mourinho insisted there were no major injury problems following the midweek win over Juventus after Alexis Sanchez shook off the effects of a dead leg to take part in training.

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"Hopefully this can give us great momentum now and we'll have a good few days of training and reboot ourselves for the game (on Sunday)". "But we still have two matches which will allow us to finish first".

"They are a fantastic team with an unbelievable record at home".

Pogba is yet to miss a single league game in the current campaign and is United's second-highest scorer in all competitions with five goals. The Argentina forward said this to Sky Sport Italia: "I didn't insult him".

Sami Khedira and Paulo Dybala both hit the woodwork before five-time Ballon d'Or victor Ronaldo brought the capacity 41 470 crowd to their feet when he hammered home Bonucci's long pass from just inside United's half.

Not to mention Alex Sandro brutally nutmegging Jesse Lingard.

Silva, speaking to ESPN FC in his role as an ambassador for the resort of Anfi in his native Gran Canaria, has played a central role in City's rise to become Manchester's top team since arriving from Valencia eight years ago.

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