Jose Mourinho - Manchester United need to handle pressure at home matches

Jose Mourinho - Manchester United need to handle pressure at home matches

There's a lot of negativity around Old Trafford at the moment; and after last weekend's dire 0-0 draw at home to an injury ravaged Crystal Palace side, rightly so.

Jose Mourinho's men had been awful for much of the match before a long ball was pumped up to Romelu Lukaku, who flicked the ball onto Marouane Fellaini and the United midfielder appeared to control the ball with his hand before driving the ball into the Young Boys net.

Young Boys are the visitors on Tuesday as the Red Devils look to qualify for the knockout phase with a game to spare - a feat they will achieve should they win and Valencia fail to beat Juventus.

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Marcus Rashford led the attack and spurned four decent first-half opportunities with poor finishes, the worst of which saw him lifting the ball over both the goalkeeper and crossbar when put through one-on-one by Jesse Lingard.

It was Fellaini and a quite sensational celebration from Mourinho that would steal that show in the end though as they somehow managed to win a game that appeared to be heading towards a goalless draw. One man who, in spite the horrific man management of Jose Mourinho, has managed to excel in recent weeks. "The information I have from the club and club contacts with the police is that things are going to be much better than the last time, but if it isn't better I walk".

Jose Mourinho has told his Manchester United players to "stay at home" if they can not handle the pressure of playing at Old Trafford.

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Young has won the Premier League, the League Cup, the FA Cup and the Europa League during his spell at Manchester United. He looks ready to fill in for the injured Victor Lindelof.

"Do I prefer to play Young Boys here or go to Bern?"

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