Mourinho begs Manchester United fans to be patient with Sanchez

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However, the 29-year-old has struggled to replicate that kind of form since making the move to Old Trafford in January as part of a straight swap deal involving Henrikh Mkhitaryan. The Chilean hit man's mega move was touted as one of the best for United in recent times and deservingly so as United's fierce rivals were also competing for his signatures and he was arriving from the clutches of another rival.

While Sanchez is expected to line up against Sevilla in the Champions League on Tuesday, Pogba remains a doubt after picking up an injury in training prior to United's 2-1 win over Liverpool on Saturday. In these games, you have got to go and take the game by the scruff of the neck.

"They were bad", Ferdinand said on BT Sport .

"They looked like a team thrown together, full of strangers..."@rioferdy5 can't believe what he has just seen at Old Trafford.

Sanchez shared the photo above on the app and wrote the caption: "Never give up if you feel you can still keep fighting ..."

"If Pogba's going forward and Sanchez is dropping, you can nearly throw a blanket over them - and that will be music to the ears of opponents. This stadium tonight was quiet and that's down to the players".

José Mourinho claimed that "everything has to change" at Manchester United if they are to rejoin Europe's elite after they crashed out of the Champions League at the last-16 stage with a humiliating home defeat by Seville last night. Lethargic. If you're a team at home, the onus is on you to attack.

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"Sanchez looks a shadow of the player he was", Ferdinand added.

"It was very hard watching that, it was hard watching the first game". There is no desire, no energy, no speed.

"You go back to the first game, in the modern game now, teams go to places and they try to score goals".

- Paul Scholes on Man Utd tonight.

The Red Devils are now second in the Premier League table.

Club captain Michael Carrick has first-hand seen what Sanchez can do in Premier League clashes with Arsenal.