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Jose Mourinho: Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford will be back against Watford

11 Mai 2018

We had one or two chances, but Adrian had to make some good saves too.

West Ham had secured safety last week itself, while the Red Devils needed merely one point to secure a second spot finish, focusing more on the FA Cup final awaiting them.

"I think we do need to spend money in the summer".

Jose Mourinho's men have been inconsistent all season long but their mentality has truly shown ever since Manchester City were crowned champions.

Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho has admitted some players will never make the standard he expects for the club.

Old Trafford has been a fortress this season as United have won 20 of their 25 home games in all competitions this season with their rock solid defence proving hard to break down - they've kept 18 clean sheets this season in the league.

"But when the game goes to 70, 75 minutes, you don't win, you don't lose, you do the job".

Mourinho has been accused of sending his Manchester United players out with an overly defensive mindset throughout this campaign. We wanted to win and we want to move up the league if we can, but it's a good extra point. You get the point.

We are backing over 2.5 goals in the game, and our prediction is available at the best odds of 8/13 at BetVictor.

"I had no view of the incident at the end [between Pogba and Noble], it was all good".

The United boss said: "I think he's going to be here next season".

"You watch Manchester City, Tottenham, Chelsea and Liverpool play - and sometimes Arsenal - and you can see the patterns of their attacking play. With Marko Arnautovic up front we're always going to be a threat to everyone we play".

Despite West Ham's attempts to generate an atmosphere at the London Stadium for this fixture - by adding huge concourse motifs of their former captains and record breakers - there were a large number of empty seats.

19 - Since Sir Alex Ferguson retired at the end of the 2012-13 season, no Premier League team has drawn more matches nil-nil than Manchester United (19, level with Southampton).

Jose Mourinho: Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford will be back against Watford