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Pogba could be out for 'weeks' - Mou

14 Septembre 2017

Martial started last night's Champions League opener against Basel, only for Rashford to emerge from the bench and score the third goal in a routine 3-0 win.

But Mourinho said: "We could have put ourselves in trouble". "We were playing fantasy football, Playstation football", he said. "I don't like it, flicks and tricks". You gamble a little bit.

"I don't know honestly, but by experience, just by looking and feeling it - I think it's a hamstring [injury]", he added. We lost position, our shape, we lost balls in easy situations.

He suffered the injury just 18 minutes into United's opening Champions League game at Old Trafford, and a scan at the club's Aon training complex the following day revealed the extent to how serious the injury is.

"Victor of all our defenders is probably the one to bring more quality when he attacks the midfield".

Fellaini's two key contributions to the game came either side of another United goal for Lukaku.

Eric Bailly and Phil Jones have been Mourinho's first-choice centre-back pairing so far in the current campaign, with the United boss easing Lindelof into Premier League life in a similar fashion to Henrikh Mkhitaryan was last season.

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In 2013-14, Pogba played in a career-high 51 games, recording nine goals for Juventus.

"Big, small, I don't know, but a hamstring for sure".

"I think for these teams that you are speaking of and for the Real Madrids, Barcelonas and Bayerns, the Champions League starts in February", Mourinho told reporters at Old Trafford.

An unhappy Jose Mourinho has reiterated how important a particular star is to his Manchester United squad, and also gave an update on Paul Pogba's injury.

"We don't cry with injuries, so no Paul for Sunday?"

"We have [Andre] Herrera, [Michael] Carrick, [Marouane] Fellaini and [Nemanja] Matic".