How to watch Juventus v Man Utd on BT Sport

How to watch Juventus v Man Utd on BT Sport

How to watch Juventus v Man Utd on BT Sport

It was United's third victory in their last four Premier League games, extending an upturn in form that was started by the home victory over Newcastle United when Jose Mourinho's side recovered from a two-goal deficit. The Chile worldwide was expected to be a vital cog in the Red Devils' attack and hence, he was made the Premier League's highest paid player with a reported wage of 500,000 weekly pounds. If I ask you this question how is the manager with other players he [Mourinho] will say he is the manager and they the player. I wasn't overly impressed with Juventus in the first game, I don't see why some people called them the best team in Europe - yes, the Cristiano Ronaldo addition was a good one but they didn't blow me away.

"Do I look sad?" he said and then smiled. "No".

"We work every day to try (and change that), but the reality is that normally we don't start matches well", Mourinho said. "We don't know, a muscle problem, and we have to wait a little bit". But because we are speaking about tomorrow's match when you play against a super team. if you give advantage it is a very hard to climb the mountain then'.

United's 38-goal tally is also down on their return of 51 in their previous 25 league games, suggesting they are far less of a goal threat with Sanchez in their ranks than without. "It was a signing at the time that I never thought we really needed; I thought the position was covered in Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford", the former midfielder told BBC Radio 5 Live. We'll see at the end what happens.

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"I didn't understand it, but we don't decide and other Federation Internationale de Football Association people do, so it's complicated", he said.

'Tomorrow (Wednesday) is a big match but it's not a crucial match for us, ' said the United boss.

"But it is fantastic to have this feeling that it doesn't matter the result, we know the game is not over".

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