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Marcus Rashford of Manchester United

Manchester United were held to a 0-0 draw at home by Valencia in the Champions League and the result has heaped more pressure on Jose Mourinho.

United lost their last game against West Ham United and needed to get back to winning ways but our performance in the first half was dire, despite starting brightly with Alexis Sanchez and Marcus Rashford playing out wide.

The second half saw us trying to break the away side down and Rashford saw his incredible free-kick hit the post but that was as close as we came to scoring.

Los Che would be pleased with the point and it was a deserved one too as we failed to create enough quality chances to win the game.

Mourinho’s men are still second in the group, a couple of points behind Juventus.

The Red Devils face Newcastle at the weekend but it was all doom and gloom for the fans, who had a go at some of the players and the manager.

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