United thriving as underdogs ahead of derby clash, says Herrera

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"I expect a very hard game".

For all United's recent comeback exploits, it won't happen every time, and after last time here Pep Guardiola would make absolutely sure it couldn't again.

The 29-year-old joined United from rivals Arsenal back in January, despite initially agreeing to join Manchester City. That was the day the blue side of Manchester produced a stunning 6-1 victory at Old Trafford, and announced their arrival on football's biggest stage.

"It's two completely different teams but the win [at Juventus] gave us a lot of confidence which is always good".

"We have to stop them in their attacks, there is a way to do it and the manager knows that".

"If we drew it's nine, if we lose it's 12", the United boss said.

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"Hopefully I will play and help the team to another win". "I don't think it is the way to look at the match".

He said: "If we keep conceding goals before the opponent, it will arrive the day where we can not come back. It's true that at times you feel insulted, and that's wrong, but even then you shouldn't create even more tension".

"The top teams, you can not imagine and think about it, play amazingly for 90 minutes and they don't have chances". They also consider him to be someone who isn't a team player, given his constant demands for the ball on the pitch, as well as the aforementioned.

Alexis Sánchez and Romelu Lukaku look set to be available.

Jose Mourinho is sweating on the fitness of Paul Pogba ahead of the Manchester derby after the Frenchman was forced to miss training on Friday, sources have told ESPN FC.

"If the answer is positive, he's ready but in this moment I can only say he trains with the team, I don't know his answer". I like to read good articles and a passionate football fan.

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