Mourinho confirms two players to miss Wolves clash through injury

Jose Verdugo
Setiembre 22, 2018

The Red Devils are coming off of a win at Watford in the Premier League and a win away to Young Boys in the Champions League.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has pointed out that he does not want Diogo Dalot to play back-to-back matches as he continues to adapt to his new club.

"It was fantastic (to score the victor against Burnley)", said Jimenez. Having started so well, Nuno Santo's men can view this encounter as a bit of a free hit and I suspect he'll urge them to play with their usual flair and confidence.

"It wasn't too hard for me to adapt to the Premier League". And I think we are improving as a team. 'When we speak, we don't speak about my job or his job.

Pogba, who netted twice in that victory while captaining the side, said that he and his other senior United teammates were impressed by Dalot's performance.

United have recovered from back-to-back defeats to Brighton and Tottenham in August to move back towards the top of the table. "No-one expects that, only us, and we have to make a great match mentally, fight physical with the ball".

Nuno - who shares the same agent, Jorge Mendes, with Mourinho and is actually his oldest client - is achieving that at Wolves who have collected eight points, and lie ninth in the Premier League, after being promoted from the Championship, which they dominated. He came back to the club as a World Cup victor so maybe Mourinho thought, I will take this lad down a peg or two.

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"In Mexico, it is one of the most typical that all the people know".

"Last year I had the opportunity to play at Old Trafford with Benfica and it was a great experience and now here is another opportunity".

Games against Wolves, West Ham and Newcastle offer a chance to close the gap on early leaders Liverpool and Chelsea but Mourinho has warned his players not to take their good form for granted.

Mourinho could set an unwanted record if United lose as he has never lost back-to-back home matches in his managerial career. "I truly believe Mourinho was the first manager that opened the door for all of us that came after", he said.

"Sanchez plays because Martial played 90 minutes [against Young Boys] and Sanchez played zero", Mourinho explained on Friday.

"When we are training, he tries to make us understand all the things he wants us to do on the pitch and sometimes he talks with me".

"I have to be on the middle taking care of the defensive process and then like a striker I have to score goals".

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