"I'm sure Sevilla feel the same way, and they already showed in the first leg that they have players and football to make things hard for us".
Vincenzo Montella is hoping it is fourth time lucky as Sevilla attempt to overcome Manchester United and reach the Champions League quarterfinals.
Mourinho's men have been written off at various points this campaign and major questions were asked and decisions queries ahead of each of their last three league games.
Man United players during a training session on the eve of their Champions League Last-16 tie against Sevilla in Manchester yesterday.
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We need players like him, who show face, have pace and can pull away from their marker like he did for the second goal ". The France attacker impressed amid claims of him struggling to win over senior teammates and coach Ernesto Valverde .
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United have drawn 22 goalless matches in the Champions League, a record they share with AC Milan. "It is special for me and for the club because it has been 60 years that the team has not been able to play in that round".
Despite the significance of Saturday's victory over Liverpool, Mourinho was keen to play down the win ahead of a "more important" meeting with Sevilla. Pep Guardiola's side walloped the Ukrainians 7-0 in the second game at the Allianz Arena, the largest margin following a scoreless opening game in Champions League history.
"The most important thing is to do that and be focused on doing that and not what people or the media will say about it".
On pundit duty during the Liverpool match, former Crystal Palace manager Frank De Boer criticised Mourinho's handling of Rashford, something the United boss could not accept. "If he was coached by Frank, he would learn how to lose because he lost every game". "We are going to try to show we are better but I don't feel we have any advantage", Mourinho added.