Published: Sat, November 10, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

What Paulo Dybala told Jose Mourinho after he taunted Juventus crowd

What Paulo Dybala told Jose Mourinho after he taunted Juventus crowd

The report goes on to claim that the player rarely speaks to his United teammates, save Juan Mata, David de Gea and Romelu Lukaku, a fact they find very odd. At the end I didn't insult anyone, I just did the gesture that I wanted to hear them more.

When asked if he was glad the pre-match focus had not been on his relationship with Mourinho, he replied: "Thank you so much".

"Lukaku is training with the team [on Friday], if this answer is positive and we have of course one more session [on Saturday]", Mourinho said.

"They had a problem for 10 minutes after Cristiano's goal but they were so stable with a lot of commitment, aggressive without the ball".

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has been answering questions regarding ahead of the Manchester Derby due to take place this weekend.

"Obviously, we want to win every game but we had a quite hard start at the beginning of the season". We'll speak with the players about what we guess will happen and suggest what we should do to win the game.

So, we have to make sure we grow up not just in our approach, - because that I think is clear that the team is growing up - but also we have to grow up in our compactness and to start matches well.

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City have banged in an impressive six goals in each of their last two matches against Southampton and Shakhtar Donetsk respectively.

It was ideal preparation for Sunday's trip to Pep Guardiola's City, where another tough 90 minutes lies in wait for Lindelof and his team-mates.

The Belgian has been out of form in recent weeks but could be part of the 18 when Manchester United take on the Premier League champions on Sunday.

Speaking in an interview quoted by Metro, Ronaldo said: "I was happy for the goal, but are a little bit disappointed because we should win the game easily, [by] three or four goals".

"They have incredible talent up front and in the middle as well". They create two chances at set-pieces.

"You have to be focused and ready for everything so I'm looking forward to the game".

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