Man United to take momentum into Manchester derby

Silvia Morton
November 10, 2018

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. "And especially there is always a lot of negative comments about us but hopefully they might say something positive for once, because I think we deserve it, the team deserve it, the manager deserves it for getting this incredible result".

"I want to play it as an isolated match against a hard team".

"I didn't offend anyone at the end", he said.

United delayed their rivals' charge to last season's Premier League title with a remarkable second-half comeback in a 3-2 win at the Etihad Stadium.

Fred was also not involved in the most recent of those, as he was an unused substitute in a 2-1 Champions League win over Juventus, but could be drafted into the fold next time out.

Nonetheless, after the final whistle again I Bianconeri, Mourinho walked out on to the pitch while cupping his ear in a provocative manner towards the home fans. We will prepare for the game.

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But one person who is loving the 55-year-old's renewed enthusiasm is Gary Neville.

"I think in the last four league games we have three wins and a draw, so this gives you more confidence, but we deserve that and will try to continue in this way". If my mathematics is right then we qualify [only if Valencia don't beat Juventus] so I think now I leave it to the Old Trafford people. 'We have "touches" but I don't think any player that was available for Juventus will be out. You look at the teams who are flying high, like Chelsea and Liverpool, so games involving them are important.

Opposition doesn't come much tougher than Manchester City at the moment.

Referee Viktor Kassai pointed to the spot, despite Sterling clearly tripping himself by kicking the ground.

"I see a team with a lot of commitment, aggression without the ball, everybody runs in front and everybody runs in behind the ball and a few weeks ago in Stamford Bridge - one of the toughest places - until the last minute they were going to win".

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