Man Utd vs Liverpool is just another game, nothing to prove - Mourinho


Jose Mourinho has insisted that Marouane Fellaini's injury problem is not a blow to Manchester United. We don't cry with injuries.

And the Portuguese will no doubt be furious with Belgium boss Roberto Martinez for risking Fellaini, with the country already having qualified for the World Cup.

"I have not had any communication with Jose Mourinho on the subject of Marouane", Martinez said, per the Daily Mirror.

"It wouldn't be the right example to my players to prepare the Liverpool game in one way and then to prepare for next week's trip to Huddersfield in a different way", he added. We may cry with the process that leads to the injuries but we don't cry with the injuries.

"We do not have just injuries in worldwide teams".

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The former Everton midfielder has been in impressive form so far this season, scoring four times in his first eight games, including a brace in the 4-0 thrashing of Crystal Palace.

MAROUANE FELLAINI has arrived back in Manchester and began rehab on his knee ligament strain that will keep him out of the blockbuster game against Liverpool. We lost players this season.

Mata became an important figure for United, and that remains the case now that he is working with Mourinho again. One player is not playing, another one plays. If they respect me as much as I respect them, we are going to have another one of those matches. "Now he is 100 per cent but we need to take into consideration that he has been with the group for only one session".

It has not yet been officially confirmed how long Fellaini will be out of action for but he is expected to definitely miss Manchester United's crunch clash with Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday lunchtime.

Lukaku is Manchester United's top scorer this season having made a blistering start to life at Old Trafford with 7 goals in 7 games, while on the Road to Russian Federation he's scored 12 goals in 15 games.