Three things we learned from Jose Mourinho's pre-Sevilla press conference

Three things we learned from Jose Mourinho's pre-Sevilla press conference

Three things we learned from Jose Mourinho's pre-Sevilla press conference

Manchester United now sit second in the Premier League table and are still in the FA Cup and Champions League.

Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, is still unsure about whether midfielder, Paul Pogba will be fit for their UEFA Champions League last-16 clash against Sevilla on Tuesday night.

The Frenchman missed Saturday's 2-1 win against Liverpool after sustaining a kick in the "very last minute" of Friday's training session.

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Marcus Rashford scored twice within 25 minutes before an Eric Bailly own goal gave Liverpool hope midway through the second half.

The La Liga side go into Tuesday's game knowing a score draw will be enough to seal their passage past Jose Mourinho's men, but, as they found out in the first leg, finding a way to beat De Gea is easier said than done.

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Mourinho confirmed Daley Blind, Marcos Rojo, Ander Herrera and Phil Jones are all injured and will play no part against Sevilla. "You [the media] like the transfer market and I can say in this moment, I don't see many left backs better than Luke Shaw". "So, of course, knockout becomes more important than league matches".

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'I think he will stay, ' Mourinho told La Sexta. Manchester United know any victory would suffice to ensure progression and barring a minor disaster, their name should be in the hat for the quarterfinal draw.

On Rashford he added: "He started, he had a good match and I'm not just speaking about scoring goals because, for me, the analysis of a performance is much more than analysing the number of goals or assists".

23-year-old Shaw, who joined United from Southampton in 2014, will likely have to wait until the weekend to get his chance to play, with United set to face Brighton at Old Trafford in the quarter finals of the FA Cup.

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