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Manchester United v Sevilla

March 24 2018, 07:52 | Van Peters

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Even though Manchester United are in second place in the Premier League, and they are on the verge of advancing in the Champions League, pundits do not consider United to be elite.

"He doesn't have to (speak to me)", the forward said.

Sevilla certainly took advantage of United's appeal by increasing their ticket prices to record levels - a decision which partly backfired.

Phil Jones is also still unavailable and Mourinho says the centre-back won't be ready for action before the worldwide break so it looks like he'll miss the upcoming England friendlies. We are going to try to prove that we are better [than the first leg]'.

It was seen as a missed opportunity for Sevilla, given they controlled much of the game and saw Luis Muriel denied a goal by a remarkable David de Gea save just before half-time.

"I would argue that if Klopp's Liverpool team were a little more streetwise, they would have got at least a draw out of the game, but they are too honest for their own good at times".

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Aldridge went on to encourage the Liverpool team to bounce back in the final eight games of the season, as he suggested he would still rather have Klopp managing his team than United boss Mourinho. "In training is where I'm doing most of my learning. Sometimes you are in the team, sometimes you are not in the team". There is nothing in the laws of the game which dictates how you win football matches - the beauty is often in the blend of styles.

The challenge for Mourinho is to pass on his knowledge of how to handle the big occasions, especially the more inexperienced ones in his squad.

"I can look at it and think I've give it my best, I've tried all sorts of different things to bring the best out of me over the years and I can say that I gave my best, so I can look back with no regrets".

"We didn't take it for granted, but it was just what we did for so, so many years". He is starting to adapt to how Mourinho wants him to play.

"With the Chelsea game last week, and this game, we showed real heart and desire to win games", Lingard continued.
"We have shown what we are capable of". A more pragmatic approach, if it works, is likely to get a more sympathetic reception these days. People have been saying there hasn't been enough great Manchester United moments.

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