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Man Utd made it three wins out of three in the Champions League fixture vs Benfica and here are the talking points from Lisbon.

Time to start Rashford AND Martial?

United supporters might have suspected Jose Mourinho told the players to shoot more at rookie goalkeeper Mile Svilar, judging by Marcus Rashford’s second-half enthusiasm. Rashford built up to his fortuitous winner with a few sighters as he stood out as one player who refused to accept just a point.

Rashford’s start was a given as the left wing pattern continued. Rashford and Martial have
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started every other game since Swansea away in mid-August and that run could continue at Huddersfield after Rashford limped off in Lisbon.

Should Rashford regain fitness then the prospect of him and Martial behind Romelu Lukakuappeals. Neither have performed on the right flank and their positioning there tends to blunt United’s attack, but the pair are better players than last season and it might be worth trialling them in the same side soon to give United a new attacking option.

Mkhitaryan might need a breather

Henrikh Mkhitaryan has progressed so much under Jose Mourinho he is kept on the pitch when he is playing badly due to his knack for game-changing moments while under-performing. He was only brought off in stoppage-time at the Estadio da Luz.

Mkhitaryan had an afternoon to forget at Liverpool and, apart from a few early flashes early on, there was little improvement on Wednesday night. Mourinho is clearly reluctant to drop Mkhitaryan after his auspicious start to the season and it would be premature to explicitly demote him on the back of a couple of subdued performances.

The Armenia international might be needed at Huddersfield this weekend but Swansea next Tuesday is a chance to give him a breather in preparation for Tottenham.

Lindelof proves his point

The irony of Mourinho signing Victor Lindelof to ‘play in midfield’ from a back three is the Swede prefers playing in a four-man defence. That was apparent during his understated but confident display on his former patch, where he showed adventure with a piercing pass early on and seemed more settled alongside Chris Smalling than he was two months ago in the Super Cup.

Lindelof’s downside is his inclusion in Lisbon all but confirms he will not line-up in Yorkshire this weekend. Lindelof is playing one game per week, though, and that is increasing his confidence as he prepares to make the step up to a Premier League defender.

Does Herrera need deprogramming?

The expectation was Paul Pogba’s and Marouane Fellaini’s absences would enable Ander Herrera to step up and fill the attacking midfield void. Herrera enriched United’s midfield in his first season and was instrumental during the win at CSKA Moscow last month yet against more testing opponents he has recently floundered.

Herrera was nominated as a man of the match contender by United’s in-house pundits and the irony was the defensive-minded Nemanja Matic did more to stimulate an attack which sleep-walked through the first-half. Herrera was nearly as rattled as he was at Anfield on Saturday, where his irascible mood saw United relinquish any measure of control they had quickly.

He has played as a defensive midfielder for the majority of his playing time under Mourinho and currently seems bereft of the attacking instincts which made him such a prudent buy in 2014.

Mourinho’s stark statistic

The highlight of United’s evening was saved for the end of Mourinho’s press conference. “Twelve games, 10 wins, two draws, nine clean sheets,” Mourinho reminded the media. He conveniently omitted the Super Cup but that is a record Jurgen Klopp, Mauricio Pochettino and Antonio Conte would trade for two months into the season.


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Roy Keane believes it will suit Manchester United 'to let City get all the credit at the moment' because they are 'under the radar'.
Jose Mourinho's side have made an encouraging start to the season and have won 10 of their opening 13 games, scoring 34 goals and keeping nine clean sheets in the process.
United currently lie two points off bitter rivals Man City at the top of the Premier League and it has been Pep Guardiola's side who have received the majority of plaudits this season for their attacking football.
And, although United failed to catch the eye aga
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inst Liverpool and Benfica in recent days, they still emerged with four points and Keane believes that approach could yet work in their favour.
"It will suit the United camp at the moment to let City get all the credit at the moment," he told ITV Sport's Champions League highlights show.
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"United are in a sense under the radar, but they are getting results and clean sheets.
“That gives you the foundations to get trophies."
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​Everton endured another evening of frustration in their encounter with Lyon in the latest round of Europa League fixtures at Goodison Park. 
After falling behind to a well taken penalty by visiting skipper Nabil Fekir in the fifth minute, the Blues managed to equalise with an Ashley Williams' bullet header in the second half, but a Traore goal 15 minutes from time cemented the Toffees to the bottom of Group E without a win. 
Both teams came into the fixture on a poor run of European form; the home side not having won any of their previous three matches and Lyon
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without a victory in any of their previous four matches away from the Groupama Stadium. 

Surprisingly, Ronald Koeman made a number of changes, with Wayne Rooney was missing from the Toffees' squad and replaced by promising youngster Dominic Calvert-Lewin in a front three. Kevin Mirallas started in place of Gylfi Sigurdsson who took his place on the bench with Leighton Baines who was being rested. Lyon started with Brazilian Marcal deputising at left-back and 18-year-old striker Myziane Maolida making his first team debut.
Under the lights, which sparkled on the emerald turf of Goodison Park, the crowd were treated to an entertaining and breathless encounter, which kept everyone on the edge of their seats. After initially sparring each other out like prize fighters during the initial exchanges, Lyon earned a penalty on their first attack. 
In the fifth minute, Mason Holgate brought down Marcal who made a positive run into the penalty area and was up-ended with an untimely challenge. Fekir, the club captain, confidently dispatched the penalty past Jordan Pickford's despairing dive into the bottom left corner. 

The half continued to be short on quality, but high on endeavour. However, after good play by Tom Davies, who was Everton's best player, on the edge of the area he then played a clever through ball to Mirallas' feet, the Portuguese forward quickly turned and fired against the legs of the on-rushing keeper with the ball bouncing to safety.
On the 36th minute, Memphis Depay had a free-kick thirty yards out, but central to goal. The former Manchester United man struck the ball with power and it took an heavy deflection off Davies' head which left Pickford flat footed as it ricocheted off the bar for another corner for the visitors. 

Undeterred, Everton continued to push forwards, Davy Klassen then intercepted a poor pass from Marcal on the edge of the visitors' box and drilled a low shot to Lopes' left which the keeper dealt with confidently and pushed away from the danger area. This sparked the home crowd into life with a roar of approval and served to encourage Everton to finish the half with a flourish, however Lyon stood firm and maintained their lead at half time.
The introduction of Ademola Lookman, at the start of the second half, for Klassen gave the home side an essential injection of pace and he nearly made an immediate impact. Connecting well with a cross and drawing another smart save form Lopes at his near post. 
Davies continued to be the bright spark, industriously making tackles and having the confidence and energy to look for the ball to feet. After starting the second half quickly, Everton were unable to sustain any pressure as Lyon were able to confidently defend their goal. 

There were ugly senses during the 64th minute as frustrations boiled over. Lopes went to collect a high bouncing ball near his own goal line, but Ashley Williams bundled into the Portuguese keeper causing him to fall into the advertising hoardings while his team mates, Everton players and even a selection of home supporters wrestled for superiority. Williams fortunately escaped with a yellow card, but the incident served to increase the raucous atmosphere.
In the 68th minute, Williams' lucky escape proved costly. As Sigurdsson, who had come on for Schneiderlin, whipped over one of his trademark free-kicks Williams emphatically headed back across Lopes' goal and the ball nestled in the net. 
Everton were building momentum and looked the team most likely to find that all important winning goal. Nevertheless, Lyon had remained a threat on the counter-attack throughout the contest and Bertrand Traore managed to capitalise on a quick break down the right and cleverly backed heeled in slow motion past a helpless Pickford. 
The result will be a huge disappointment for all concerned with Everton, as qualification for the knock out round now looks beyond them.


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At least four Man United players are set to get new contracts in the “next few weeks” according to the Sun.

The report claims that Jose Mourinho doesn’t want to lose anyone on a free transfer in the summer and names Juan Mata, Ander Herrera, Marouane Fellaini and Phil Jones as the players set to get extensions imminently.

Mata, Herrera and Fellaini are all out of contract in the summer and that means they are free to talk to foreign clubs in January about a free transfer in the summer.

Now it looks like Mourinho wants to head that possibility off at the pass by tying them
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down to new contracts before Christmas.

The trio have reportedly been in talks for weeks about improved deals. Phil Jones has had a successful start to the season and is also set to be offered a new contract, with his current one expiring in 2019.

“You’ll be seeing a huge raft of renewals over the coming weeks before the festive period,” an Old Trafford source was quoted as saying in the Sun.

“There are at least four and possibly more all getting rises and extensions on Jose’s say so.”


Herrera, Mata and Fellaini are all important members of the Mourinho squad and it would be a disaster if they lost all three of them. The trio have reportedly been in talks for weeks over new contracts and it sounds like Mourinho is expecting to receive positive news soon. From United’s point of view they would want the deals to be tied up before January and the possibility of heads being turned by lucrative terms, with clubs able to bag the players without paying a fee.

Man Utd hope to beat Real Madrid to signing of Benfica ace after Champions League win

MANCHESTER UNITED are preparing a transfer raid on Benfica following their Champions League win in Lisbon last night.

Jose Mourinho’s side won 1-0 in their Group A clash thanks to rookie goalkeeper Mile Svilar carrying Marcus Rashford’s free-kick over his own goalline.

And now United are ready to heap more misery on the Portuguese side by prising away their most talented youth prospects.

They’ve been keeping an eye on teenage sensation Umaro Embalo for almost a year and after watching him against their own youth side, they’re ready to make a move for him, according to ESPN FC.

The 16-year-old winger came on as a substitute last night as Benfica under-19s threw away a two goal lead against United’s youth side, managed by Nicky Butt, in the UEFA youth league.

Chief scout Javier Ribalta and head of development John Murtagh were in attendance and were impressed by the youngster, who was heavily linked with a move to United and Real Madrid over the summer.

Manchester United are also keeping tabs on two other Benfica prodigies – Joao Felix, 17, as well as 18-year-old Joao Filipe, who they previously had on trial.

Yesterday’s win was United’s third in as many games in this year’s Champions League, leaving them top of their group on nine points.

They return to Premier League action this weekend as they travel to struggling Huddersfield.

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