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Jose Mourinho's PRICELESS reaction to Juan Mata's miss against Liverpool

Jose Mourinho's PRICELESS reaction to Juan Mata's miss against Liverpool

A Romelu Lukaku knockdown from David de Gea's goal-kick was all the invitation Marcus Rashford needed to run at the Liverpool goal.

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Paul Pogba could yet be available for Manchester United's Champions League meeting with Sevilla, according to Jose Mourinho. Ander Herrera has a hamstring strain, while Phil Jones, Daley Blind and Anthony Martial remain doubts.

A tie that is hanging in the balance, all three results will be possible when Manchester United host Sevilla.

However, their attempts were to no avail except for an Eric Bailly own goal, Liverpool didn't manage to mount a significant charge and lost the match.

Rashford certainly boosted his chance of earning another start against Sevilla in the Champions League on Tuesday. "If you go to his numbers and how many games he played with me".

"If people don't think we deserved it, I don't care". It took a little bit of time to get over but there were some times when, for two or three days, I was thinking 'am I going to carry on playing or not?' or 'is it kind of worth it or not?' but that quickly passed. "But the reality in this moment is that we have no advantage at all". "I have to give the credit to Mr [Louis] Van Gaal who was responsible for his first season in the first team".

If Jose Mourinho himself had been asked to write his ideal script for a game against Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool, it would be very similar to what transpired on the pitch today.

"I'm really happy - probably I think that Gareth Southgate doesn't mind that". Meanwhile, Sevilla will be without former Manchester City player Jesus Navas, who wasn't included in the 22-man squad that travelled to Manchester because of an injury to his right calf.

If Montella can set up his side to play as underdogs, then it could be the case that his team comes away from the match with a place in the quarterfinals. No, of course not.

"He's downstairs now and I will go and speak with him".

"I am upset with the reaction they had with Scott McTominay - a kid of 20 years old was making all the right decisions and they want him to make the wrong decisions, when he decides to break the intensity of the game", Mourinho said. "As if any of that rhetoric will have any bearing on the harsh reality facing Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard for that matter", Crooks wrote in his Team of the Week column for BBC Sport.

Mourinho may be hoping for more goals from Rashford midweek to see his side through to the quarters.