Jose Mourinho: Sevilla clash is Manchester United's biggest game of the season

Florence Fletcher
March 13, 2018

Phil Jone s, Marcos Rojo, Daley Blind and Ander Herrera all remain sidelined and will not play any part in the second leg tie. Pep Guardiola's side walloped the Ukrainians 7-0 in the second game at the Allianz Arena, the largest margin following a scoreless opening game in Champions League history.

Mourinho's men ended up in sixth place last term but booked their spot in the Champions League group stage for this season by winning the Europa League in the Portuguese coach's first campaign in charge past year.

Mourinho described the 0-0 draw in the first leg as "not great but not bad" but United come into the game in good form after a morale-boosting fortnight in which they've beaten Chelsea, Crystal Palace and Liverpool. No bomb was located but the security check certainly put the Manchester United squad in a state of worry and shock. "I don't know, we don't know yet, but he trained a little bit after you left".

"I remember at the beginning when I was taking him as an extra player, in the meetings, in the dressing room at half-time eating every word, listening to everything", Mourinho told reporters.

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Mourinho: Sevilla clash bigger than Liverpool
McTominay and Matic plugged the gaps and, along with Ashley Young hounding Mohamed Salah, blunted Liverpool's lethal forward line. He was one of the best players on the pitch, so I am happy that we have him in the team, and he needs to continue in this way".

Delivering two major trophies last season and a return to the Champions League represented a foundation base upon which to build, and while they are not at Europe's elite level yet there are signs that something big is building.

Three-time European champions, United have made the Champions League quarter-finals just once in the past seven years. "If he was coached by Frank, he would learn how to lose because he lost every game".

"We need to score one goal", said the 43-year-old in his pre-match conference. "I'm really happy with Marcus".

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