After watching his side be outclassed at home by Juventus in the Champions League, the Portuguese believes the Red Devils must show ambition
In the last two seasons, the Red Devils have failed to make Old Trafford the fortress that it once was
• Manchester United manager acknowledges work to do at club• Champions League defeat ‘good experience’ for his side José Mourinho claimed more investment at is needed at Manchester United to bridge the gap to the Champions League’s big hitters after his side slumped to a 1-0 defeat against Cristiano Ronaldo’s Juventus at Old Trafford. Related:…
Some Manchester United fans were desperate to show their love of their former No 7 but he had no sympathy for his opponents on the pitch When the pitch invader sprinted on to the turf four minutes into the match, there was a sudden nervousness in the air. It is the condition of our times:…
Manchester United vs Juventus was the defining fixture of the late 1990s, but Gaby McKay feels the gulf has never been bigger.
Paulo Dybala said Juventus “showed intelligence” to beat Manchester United at Old Trafford and have “gained self-confidence.”
This was a Champions League clash that went entirely by the form book. The seven-time Serie A champions, the Italian league leaders in the midst of their best ever start to a season, put on a clinic for the Premier League’s 10th-placed team, but the gulf in class was not the biggest source of embarrassment…
Two Red Devils icons have questioned the ability and mindset of Jose Mourinho’s side following another disappointing Champions League display
Giorgio Chiellini and Leonardo Bonucci earned praise from the Red Devils boss after helping the dominant Bianconeri to victory at Old Trafford
Leonardo Bonucci said “it all went perfectly” as Juventus took away a 1-0 Champions League victory from Manchester United.