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Jose Mourinho Wants Three New Players At Manchester United — Reports

Rashford's understanding with Lukaku was crucial to United's win Rashford’s understanding with Lukaku was crucial to United’s win
Montrelle Montesinos | 15 Marcha, 2018, 00:25

Jose Mourinho gives a priceless assessment of Man United's "complete performance" versus Liverpool and follows up with a message to his critics.

United themselves have managed to pull off the feat three times, although they failed on the first two occasions in which they found themselves in such a position. "It says nothing. In modern football you have to live day by day, week by week and match by match". The Belgium international was fortunate not to concede a late penalty following a clumsy challenge on Sadio Mane.

For the first, Lukaku held his ground as Lovren bounced off him, and flicked a header onto Rashford.

Lingard praised the attitude of Rashford, who was making a first league start of 2018.

With Manchester City out of the competition and United playing against Brighton this coming weekend, it could propel Mourinho's team to the last four.

Ashley Young's starring role for United got fans talking.

"Our team was always in control".

Manchester United defeated the Reds 2-1 at Old Trafford on Saturday, thanks to an excellent brace from youngster Marcus Rashford.

"We have another chance tomorrow [Tuesday], we know that United have beaten Chelsea and Liverpool and have come back against Crystal Palace".

"Unfortunately, we couldn't break them down". He's an athlete, but they need someone with craft.

"When you're in the last sixteen it looks really far, but in the last eight you start smelling the semi-finals".

McTominay stands out on the field. "That's pretty much where I am at", said Carrick explaining his stand on retiring.

Mourinho was delighted his selection paid dividends.

"The manager doesn't have to (speak to me)", the 20-year-old told the club's website. "That's the Eric we love!"

The reproduction of the story/photograph in any form will be liable for legal action. The England midfielder confirmed that he is totally fine now and wants to finish on his own terms.

Speaking at the pre-match press conference for Tuesday's Champions League visit of Sevilla, he said: "There comes a time when as much as you don't like it, it's time to stop playing football". One or two dangerous corners aside, he had little influence on the game.

After a bright run that saw Jurgen Klopp's side seal their place in the quarter-finals of the Champions League and keep up with the likes of United and Tottenham in the table, this was a blow.

The player had a cardiac ablation to correct the condition and said in a statement last November that he was "healthy".

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