Coming to Bigmatch Liverpool vs Manchester United, Mourinho Believes Injury Belgian Duo Influential
Jose Mourinho did not say that injury Romelu Lukaku and Marouane Fellaini will not affect the preparation of Manchester United ahead of a clash with eternal rivals Liverpool on Saturday (14/10/2017) Bosjudi88.com.
Lukaku, who has scored seven goals in the Premier League this season, has missed a World Cup qualifier when Belgium meet Bosnia Herzegovina on Saturday (7/10/2017). The big striker was suspected of having an ankle problem.
But the 24-year-old bastard was able to return to play, even as a substitute when Rode Duivels completed the qualifying round with a perfect 4-0 win over Cyprus. Conditions are declared already fit again and likely will be downgraded early in the match MU counter The Reds, Saturday (14/10).
The former Everton striker also scored despite coming on as a substitute for Belgium in the fight against Cyprus. Mourinho responded to the return of Lukaku by saying that the presence of the striker in the Belgian squad shows that he should continue to fit.
“If he plays tonight it’s because he’s recovered from injury. It’s a very important game for them, they need that game to qualify so I just wait for the result, “said Mourinho.
“If he can not play, I’ll play the other.”
North West Derby is no more important than other matches
Meanwhile, the Red Devils will certainly not be able to bring Fellaini when away to Anfield. But the Portuguese coach said that his team would not make the injury as an excuse not to win.
Asked whether Fellaini’s ligament problems would be a blow for Manchester United, Mourinho responded: “No beating, no problem!”
“We are not weeping for injuries, we may cry with a process that leads to the injury situation, but we do not cry. We just trust the players and it will help him. ”
Red Devils successfully won six matches from seven matches that have been passed in the English Premier League this season. Mourinho also confirmed that his preparations will not change for a visit to Liverpool.
“It’s great for preparation without adding pressure or emotion. I have to react in a professional way, no match is more important than any other, ”
“It’s not a great example for my players to prepare for Liverpool in a way different from the Huddersfield counter game.” (Source: Sky Sports)