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Man United: United star back in squad

21 April 2017, 03:18 | Charlene Valdez

Ashley Young, who was captain when Man United recently beat Chelsea 2-0, said the win was a confidence-booster for his side, who host Anderlecht in the Europa League quarter-final second leg tonight.

"I don't think they are easy injuries but I prefer to wait until all the tests are done and then speak".

United revitalised their season and blew open the English Premier League title race by sinking leaders Chelsea 2-0 on Sunday in a tactical masterclass by manager Jose Mourinho.

But it was youngster Marcus Rashford who typified what Jose Mourinho's footballing idea has always been about.

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"We are together now for nearly 10 months and the same way I know the players much better now, the players should know me also much better now", said Mourinho, who opted for Jesse Lingaard and Rashford in attack against Chelsea.

The Europa League was the competition in which Rashford made his senior breakthrough last season, scoring twice on debut against FC Midtjylland as an 18-year-old unknown.


"David's priority to play Premier League but I don't like the complete separation. Yes I think. But he needs to give me things that I like very much". I think it is just that.

But United will not need a strong league finish if they win the competiton and, on this gritty showing, it's in their grasp.

United was held to a 1-1 draw in the first leg in Brussels but Mourinho is confident that it can complete the job at Old Trafford, given that it has won all five of its home games in the competition this season.

The United manager, preparing for the second leg of the Europa League tie with Anderlecht, also admits he is uncertain what role Wayne Rooney will play as he struggles to overcome injuries. "You can not do miracles, so miracles I don't expect, but they have to try to do everything to accelerate the process".

Rooney trained on Wednesday and Mourinho said the England forward would be named as a substitute if he came through the session "positively".

Sergio Romero played in goal but had little chance with Sofiane Hanni's equaliser. We played amazingly well, it was a great result and a good feeling for everyone, but now we play a crucial match.



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