Published: Wed, November 07, 2018
Sports | By Toni Houston

Rashford's late victor caps Manchester United fightback

Rashford's late victor caps Manchester United fightback

Jose Mourinho has played down the importance of Manchester United's Champions League clash with Juventus in Turin, claiming that the remaining Group H fixtures against Valencia and Young Boys will be more important.

Manager Jose Mourinho branded the defending in the first half at the Vitality Stadium "awful" while regular centre-backs Smalling and Victor Lindelof have had to deal with their share of criticism from some supporters.

Juventus were as long as [2.50] when travelling to Old Trafford a fortnight ago but the Italian champions dominated proceedings, easing to a 1-0 victory and limiting Manchester United to only three attempts from inside the penalty area. That was another issue addressed by both men.

The 76-year old was in charge for 26 glorious years at Old Trafford, winning an incredible 38 trophies, including 13 Premier League titles and two Champions Leagues. Then if he takes the armband from me it doesn't change anything. When you play in a big club like this there is always talk.

"It looked like we don't work tactically during the week, which obviously is the worst feeling for me as we work so much that I expect my team to be really good".

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"We got off to a good start but weren't able to add a second and then we disappeared from the game a little", he added.

"I think, even going in to this month, it was all about getting results we know we need to move up the table".

To conclude in one sentence- Alexis Sanchez is the embodiment of Manchester United's wage issues and things would have been a lot different had he been offered a reasonable salary in direct parity with his performances. "I'm very happy to come back to United and I'm sure we will come back to the best". "But it doesn't matter what happens here or in Valencia - there are two more matches to play and we can still qualify".

Fletcher - one of the legendary coach's most trusted players during his time at the club - has sought to explain Ferguson's thinking when he allowed the talented teenager to join Juve for nothing.

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