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UEFA Europa LeagueManchester United vs Sheriff: Every word from Erik ten Hag’s press conference

Manchester United vs Sheriff: Every word from Erik ten Hag’s press conference

Manchester United vs FC Sheriff: Manchester United suffered a 1-0 loss at home against Real Sociedad on matchday 1 of the Europa League.

Next up they will face Sheriff Tiraspol on the road in mantchday 2 of the campaign. The visitors are head on favourites to get the result. However, the Moldovan side beat eventual champions Real Madrid last season in their first ever UCL campaign.

Ahead of a must win fixture, the United manager spoke last night in a press conference. Here is everything he said at the event.

Manchester United vs FC Sheriff: What’s the latest injury news on Marcus Rashford?

“He’s not available. The consequence after Arsenal. He has a muscle injury.

“I don’t think [he will be out for] too long, but I cannot tell how long. It’s not really bad and we expect him to be back quite soon.”

Has Rashford done enough to earn an England recall?

“It’s quite clear [he can make the squad], sure, yes. He’s shown his great potential and quality [this season].

Is Cristiano Ronaldo going to start up front again then?

“I’m sorry but the Moldovan fans will have to wait until tomorrow [to find out].”

Are FC Sheriff capable of beating Manchester United?

“It’s quite clear, they beat Real Madrid and Shakhtar, they are capable. We have to make it our game but we are conscious of that fact. They are a serious and decent opponent and we have to play our best for the win.”

Is there more pressure to win after losing against Real Sociedad?

“Pressure is for every game, we have to win every game. When you lose the first game, you have to win the second, so we know what our task is. We always play a strong team, so also tomorrow we will play a strong team.

“I think our players are used to playing every third day a game. If that’s not the case, we use the days for training sessions. We are well prepared for the game tomorrow.”

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