Published: Wed, October 24, 2018
Sport | By Ruben Hill

Juventus win at Man Utd on Ronaldo's return

Juventus win at Man Utd on Ronaldo's return

Lukaku's form has mirrored United's this season, with the striker without a club goal for over a month, although he hit a Nations League brace against Switzerland during that period. "With Belgium I've been playing for 10 years, since I was 16". I think first half they had way too much time on the ball and we expected it. It's something that we're working. It is disappointing, but we have to take the positives from the game and kick on from here. "When that starts clicking I think the results I have with Belgium will also come here".

Paulo Dybala's 17th-minute goal was enough to extend Juve's ideal Group H record to three wins from three on Tuesday as Cristiano Ronaldo made a winning return to Old Trafford.

'We played against a very good team with very good players, ' said Lindelof.

"But in a top team you have to look to Chiellini and Bonucci, Juventus are this kind of team when they are in front it's very, very hard for them to concede". In the second halves, everything that we said we wanted to do in the first half we did.

"The mood is really positive", Lukaku added. Obviously, we're disappointed with how the game ended against Chelsea.

After going behind in the first half on Saturday, Jose Mourinho's side struck back with two goals from Anthony Martial, but were denied a victory at Stamford Bridge when Ross Barkley struck late in stoppage time to seal a 2-2 draw.

In the second half there was a bit more fight from the players but fans are becoming increasingly frustrated with how the team seemingly needs to start losing before putting in any effort.

"The work that we're doing behind the scenes has to be delivered into wins".

Ashley Young has urged Manchester United to build on their strong performance against Chelsea by setting out to attack Juventus in Tuesday's Champions League clash.

"In the other side was huge quality and sometimes when we speak about quality people look for Cristiano, Dybala or [Miralem] Pjanic", Mourinho said to BT Sport. "He's an example for all the young players coming up".

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