"If the defender went to Juan, I could come inside and was pretty much free all the time so it was good to have that rotation but also, we had Felli and Carras to back the play up as well".
Though rumours are abound that Manchester United are willing to pay silly money for Lionel Messi, there's another Barcelona player who shouldn't be ruled out from coming to ply his trade in Brexit Britain. In his latest post, on Monday 20 March, he looks back on a busy seven days for the Reds and progression in the Europa League and Premier League.
He has not scored in the League since September and Mourinho acknowledged but played down the problem. "We controlled everything before our second goal and they then changed to play with (Rudy) Gestede and (Alvaro) Negredo", Mourinho said, according to United's website.
Top four now seems like a more realistic route to the UEFA Champions League next year than it had seemed most of the season, but winning the Europa League tournament is still probably the more likely way, at least on paper.
Snowshoers missing in Banff National Park buried in avalanche
Officials believe the duo were buried by the avalanche and search efforts being led by Parks Canada were underway Wednesday. The snowshoers are believed to have been caught in an avalanche in an area 20-30 minutes drive north of this location.
United remain in contention for Champions League qualification after a hard-fought victory on Sunday, which ended with rival players separated by security staff in the tunnel when punches were reportedly thrown. He took the club from the brink of League One to the Premier League. Today, before signing off, I'd like to honour the memory of Chuck Berry, who passed away this weekend.
Chelsea now lead the way in the Premier League by 10 points, with Tottenham in second place. Reports suggest Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus could also feature in the International Champions Cup. United claim the fifth spot as Arsenal falls to the sixth position after losing (1-3) against West Brom Albion.
Middlesbrough, by far the lowest scoring team in the league, have still not won a league game in 2017. However, they've lost the fewest games among Everton (332), Tottenham (314), Liverpool (240), Chelsea (203) and Arsenal (188) - the only other clubs to have featured in every edition of the Premier League.