Paul Pogba Misses Man United Training Ahead of Sevilla Clash

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With Manchester United holding the aces on the defensive front, they only just tip the scales in their favour, which is why The Hard Tackle predicts a narrow 2-1 win for Jose Mourinho & co.

United drew 0-0 with the Spanish side in the first leg and come into the second-leg clash on the back of three consecutive victories in the Premier League.

"He (Martial) did train after you (reporters) left".

"When a team gets into the last eight, the feeling is you are among the best, but anything can happen".

"Before you even ask me the question, will I speak to those upstairs?"

"If we go through to the quarter-finals, it doesn't matter the opponent, it will always be one of the big names in European football, but we'll try".

Carrick underwent a procedure earlier in the season to treat an irregular heart rhythm.

"You have to be ready when your chance comes", he declared.

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He knows the fans don't hate him, they're just angry with him, but it was the first time I've heard him use the word "hate" and I just think he's realising he needs to do something to ease the anger. "This isn't a vintage United side, but it's not as bad as the detractors would suggest", Andy Mitten, editor of the United We Stand fanzine, said.

"It's kind of being sorted out, we're still talking about it to be honest". Knowing they conquered just two points on the road during the Champions League's group stage, we might see a cautious Sevilla here.

The boss discussed a wide range of topics in his press conference at Old Trafford, including Scott McTominay, Marcus Rashford and the challenge facing the Reds on Tuesday night.

"We won 2-1 against Liverpool on Saturday and at the end of the game there were some who said it was a disaster". They have two wins and two losses in their last four Liga matches since the first leg against Manchester United, and both losses have come at home.

It has been said that Jose Mourinho's pragmatic team lack the dramatic moments of yore, but the second half at Crystal Palace last Monday was as nail-biting as any game in recent years and resulted in a comeback win from 2-0 down that was sealed by a wonder goal in the last minute. "If he was coached by Frank he would be coached how to lose because he lost every game".

Then, in January, Mourinho opportunistically brought in Chile forward Alexis Sanchez, putting another obstacle in the 20-year-old Rashford's path to the first team. But the Portuguese disputes the idea that Rashford is being held back under his charge. "In training is where I'm doing most of my learning". He plays for United many matches, he starts some comes from the bench for others.

Two goals from Marcus Rashford in the opening 24 minutes put United in charge of the game and Klopp felt his back-line was not aware enough."Long balls to Romelu Lukaku and second situations".

Marcus Rashford rose to the occasion in his first Premier League start since Boxing Day, scoring twice against Liverpool.

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