It will be interesting if Sky Sports release viewing figures after this match, which starts the weekend's action, as there will not be too many neutrals setting their alarms or reserving tables in their favourite pubs to watch this, with neither side renowned for playing vibrant, attacking football. If you want to speak about their football potential we can speak and football potential starts with investment, and after that of course there is a quality of the work, of the organisation - I think that is untouchable. "I want the feeling, it doesn't matter where we go, we go to compete and this is the feeling the Manchester United supporters around the world want".
"Win or lose they are not out".
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A series of allegations published by German magazine Der Spiegel in recent days claim City attempted to bypass UEFA's Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations, but the English champions showed no signs of distraction as they swatted the Ukrainian aside and took control of Group F.
Next up for United is Sunday's derby at Manchester City, where a good result for the visitor would truly silence Mourinho's numerous critics this season. "If they can win in Turin, not lost in nine years there, how strong [Juve] are".
Speaking about Sunday afternoon's fixture, Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic has said that the Red Devils will be ready for what the Blues throw at them. "Just think about the match". Now feels like the time for him to announce himself as a Man United player.
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"A point or three would've changed little for Juventus, but three points makes a big difference to us".
"We are the real Manchester United, also in the bad moments, because we have to recognise we have bad moments and have to improve".
"Thank you so much for that", he said.
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Delighted United manager Jose Mourinho walked out onto the pitch at the Allianz Stadium cupping his ears and winking towards the crowd after a win that gave his side seven points from four games - two points behind leaders Juventus with two matches to play in Group H. "But what is behind, I can not say".