Seven conclusions from Manchester United's last seven comeback wins

Seven conclusions from Manchester United's last seven comeback wins

Seven conclusions from Manchester United's last seven comeback wins

"When I think of him in the press conference after the Juventus game and some of the one liners he came out with, compared to where he was a few weeks ago, and the day before the Newcastle game, that's a massive difference". "And I think even if this game hadn't ended with victory I would have the same feeling that the team played really, really well from the first minute against a super team".

Victor Lindelof knows Manchester United will be unable to relax for a second at swashbuckling Manchester City as Jose Mourinho's men go in search of a derby triumph that can turn their season.

"In this moment I have only to think about football, and to think about football is to think about Manchester City as a football team". But from 2-0 down, United were able to pull off a thrilling comeback to see them leave the Etihad with all three points.

"I told him there was no need, I didn't insult him".

"And even if the good results were not in our pockets the performances were there, the positive attitude was there so we are going to try but Manchester City are a very powerful team".

Manchester United will lose more matches if they do not "grow up" and "start well", says boss Jose Mourinho, BBC Sport reports.

Pogba and Mendy have known each other since they were together as youngsters at Le Havre's youth academy and have maintained that friendship in Manchester. "I think we're going to score a lot more goals together!"

"So, it's going to be a very tough task but we feel very confident we can go there and make it hard for them".

However, Mourinho knows they can not afford the sloppy starts that have been all to frequent recently. That's why Pep plays him every week - he's just so willing to make runs off the ball, which makes defenders drop deeper than normal. "Which, I have to say against Juventus, it happened". Romelu Lukaku has missed United's past two matches against Bournemouth and Juventus through injury but the Belgium striker underwent some light training on Wednesday and Thursday and trained again on Friday.

"We are not a team that gives up", Mourinho said. "If the answer is positive and we have, of course, one more session tomorrow, but if the answer is positive then he is ready". "I don't know his answer".

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