"We got off to a good start but weren't able to add a second and then we disappeared from the game a little", he added.
"He played for Juventus [on the left] and I spoke before about his connection with [Anthony] Martial".
"We will wait for Monday".
The Belgian, who has scored only four Premier League goals so far this season, missed the win over Bournemouth last Saturday due to an injury picked up in training the day before.
Like everybody [else] I will say. "I knew first of all I wouldn't play Champions League and I was very happy". I wasn't overly impressed with Juventus in the first game, I don't see why some people called them the best team in Europe - yes, the Cristiano Ronaldo addition was a good one but they didn't blow me away. For me, it's not changed, I don't regret it at all.
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The miserly Kuldeep then picked up three wickets - Darren Bravo, Rovman Powell and the West Indian captain Carlos Brathwaite. The highly-anticipated match will be played on November 4, Sunday, and it will start at 7 pm India time.
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So while I do think that the fans are idiotic for fighting, I can't say that I blame them for feeling frustrated. Mullens became a Twitter trend, slicing up the Raiders' defense for three touchdowns and a 151.9 QB rating.
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Ahead of the huge match between the two on Saturday, here are five of the most memorable matches between Arsenal and Liverpool . His recent run is reminiscent of the fabulous start he made at Old Trafford, when he scored four goals in his first four games.
Romelu Lukaku remains a fitness doubt having missed the weekend action and Rashford's efforts off the bench may have earned the youngster a starting berth ahead of the returning Alexis Sanchez in Turin.
Even most of his biggest admirers admit the four-time Serie A victor still has a lot to learn, but there were huge positives to take from this weekend's display. We're Manchester United and we always expect more and [people] expect better from us.
"Obviously, I thought he would bring quality to the squad". If they lose at the Allianz Stadium on Wednesday night the Italian club will be confirmed as group winners.
"Tomorrow is a big match and is big enough not to think about what next", he said, in reference to Sunday's visit to Manchester City.
Juventus have allowed no more than 1.00 Expected Goal in each of their past six matches but that stat doesn't tell the whole story. "But if we don't start well and we end it well, that's fine, it's even good fun for the fans".
"But it is fantastic to have this feeling that it doesn't matter the result, we know the game is not over".