Juventus vs Manchester United live score and goal updates – Daily News

Juventus vs Manchester United live score and goal updates – Daily News


 Manchester United travel to Turin to take on Juventus in a Champions League group stage clash as they bid to avenge the return fixture at Old Trafford last month  A Paulo Dybala strike saw the Bianconeri run out 1-0 winners and saw them pull five points clear at the top of Group H  Juve can book their place in the last 16 with victory here with two games to spare, while United need three points to guarantee staying in second place as Valencia take on Young Boys in the group’s other clash  You can follow all the action from Turin LIVE right here.  Juventus: Szczesny, De Sciglio, Chiellini, Bonucci, Alex Sandro, Khedira, Pjanic, Bentancur, Dybala, Ronaldo, Cuadrado  Manchester United: De Gea, Young, Smalling, Lindelof, Shaw, Herrera, Matic, Pogba, Lingard, Sanchez, Martial  TV and live stream for UK: The match is being shown live on BT Sport 2 Subscribers to BT Sport can live stream the action on their website or app.Key EventsStarting XIs revealed18:4520:0820:087 minsminute by minute Pogba has started in a very advanced role in the early stages of the game, with Herrera playing in a deeper position in front of the defence 20:065 minsminute by minute Dybala clips a ball over the defence to Ronaldo but his shot is deflected behind by Lindelof and the resulting corner comes to nothing, as Pjanic’s delivery was extremely poor 20:043 minsminute by minute A moment to forget for Martial in the early exchanges as he is penalised for a foul throw, which is inexcusable for a player of his level 20:021 minsminute by minute We are underway at the Allianz Stadium, where Manchester United get the action started 20:0019:55 The two teams are entering the field ahead of a match that sees both Pogba and Ronaldo face off against their former sides 19:4819:48 Manchester United have won their last two away games against Juventus, the most recent in 2003 However, the Italian side have lost just one of their 35 group stage matches at home since 19:47 Jose Mourinho makes two changes to the side that edged Bournemouth at the weekend, handing starts to Herrera and Lingard Fred and Mata drop to the bench as a result, while there is no place in the starting XI for Rashford despite his winning goal against the Cherries 19:43 Allegri makes four changes to the Juventus side that defeated Cagliari 3-1 at the weekend, bringing in Chiellini, Sandro, Khedira and Cuadrado Cancelo, Benatia and Matuidi drop to the bench, while Douglas Costa misses out through injury 19:36 Man United subs: Sergio Romero, Fred, Juan Mata, Marcus Rashford, Eric Bailly, Maroaune Fellaini, Matteo Darmian 19:35 Man United XI (4-3-3): David De Gea; Ashley Young, Chris Smalling, Victor Lindelof, Luke Shaw; Ander Herrera, Nemanja Matic, Paul Pogba; Jesse Lingard, Alexis Sanchez, Anthony Martial 19:34 Juventus subs: Mattia Perin, Mario Mandzukic, Daniele Rugani, Mehdi Benatia, Blaise Matuidi, Joao Cancelo, Andrea Barzagli 19:33 Juventus XI (4-3-2-1): Wojciech Szczesny; Mattia De Sciglio, Leonardo Bonucci, Giorgio Chiellini, Alex Sandro; Rodrigo Bentancur, Miralem Pjanic, Sami Khedira; Juan Cuadrado, Paulo Dybala; Cristiano Ronaldo 19:30 Juventus’ record in the Champions League this season has been perfect and one more win for the Italian champions will seal their spot in the latter stages United, on the other hand, still have work to do and taking something from Massimiliano Allegri’s side would provide a huge boost 19:27 Hello and welcome to our LIVE coverage of the Champions League clash between Juventus and Manchester United, where the two titans of European football collide in Turin 19:21 The Juventus fans are certainly eager. They have already started filling up their areas in the ground 19:10 United’s players were pictured as they checked out the pitch earlier. A relaxed bunch, that’s for sure  Just over 45 minutes until kick-off. 18:45KEY EVENTStarting XIs revealed Juventus: Szczesny, De Sciglio, Chiellini, Bonucci, Alex Sandro, Khedira, Pjanic, Bentancur, Dybala, Ronaldo, Cuadrado Manchester United: De Gea, Young, Smalling, Lindelof, Shaw, Herrera, Matic, Pogba, Lingard, Sanchez, Martial18:31Mata ‘wants Valencia return’ Juan Mata wants to return to Valencia if he leaves Manchester United this summer  The Spaniard is one of a number of players out of contract at the end of the season and is free to speak to foreign clubs in the new year  But United don’t have an option to extend Mata’s contract by another 12 months, having done that last year  Mata, 30, made his name during his four-year spell at the Mestalla before leaving for Chelsea in 2011  But France Football reports Mata is eager to return to Spain and head back to the club if he is to leave United  Read more on Mata here.18:06United ‘convinced’ by €30m target Manchester United failed to sign a new defender in the summer transfer window, much to the dismay of Jose Mourinho  United were linked with the likes of Toby Alderweireld, Harry Maguire and Yerry Mina, but with none of those materialising, the Portuguese boss has been made to make do with what he’s got  Mourinho appears to have finally settled on a centre-back partnership, with Chris Smalling and £31million Victor Lindelof starting the last four games in all competitions at the heart of the defence, and £30million Eric Bailly warming the bench  The United backline has certainly benefited from a degree of stability in recent weeks, but according to Italian newspaper La Republicca, per Calcio Mercato, that hasn’t stopped Mourinho’s search for reinforcements  The publication reports that United have set their sights on 22-year-old Sampdoria defender Joachim Andersen, with four United scouts attending the club’s 4-1 home defeat by Torino last weekend  Continue reading about Manchester United’s transfer latest here. 16:43Mourinho facing touchline ban – latest Jose Mourinho is still facing a touchline ban – after the FA launched an appeal against his unproven misconduct charge  An independent commission found an FA charge of misconduct against the Manchester United boss Mourinho not proven in a landmark ruling  Mourinho was charged after he swore in his native Portuguese into a TV camera after United’s dramatic 3-2 win over Newcastle on October 6  The United boss said “fodas filhos de puta”, roughly translated as ‘f*** off sons of b*****s” as he walked down the Old Trafford touchline following the win  After successfully contesting the charge, Mourinho said he did so because he was “100 per cent not guilty” – but he could still end up being punished following the FA appeal  The FA brought in lip readers and linguistics experts to build a case against Mourinho, who in turn enlisted his own language experts to fight the charge  Mourinho’s linguistics expert argued the words used by the United boss were not directed at anyone in particular and were a “personal, inwardly-directed expression of relief, happiness and determination” at the result  The United boss also claimed the words he used were inaudible and could only be understood by people with lip-reading skills and a deep expertise in Portuguese colloquialisms  Continue reading about Mourinho’s potential touchline ban here.16:03 The half-and-half scarves are at the ready!  Always a sure fire sign that you are edging closer to kick-off 15:31United must learn lessons from Juve defeat ahead of rematch, says Rashford Marcus Rashford says Manchester United’s players must show they have learned “lessons” from their defeat to Juventus when they face the Italian champions again tonight  United went down 1-0 to the Serie A leaders at Old Trafford a fortnight ago, a game in which Jose Mourinho admitted the gulf in class between the two sides was huge  The Reds have the chance to avenge that defeat tonight when the two sides meet again in Turin, with striker Rashford admitting United must show what they have learned from that chastening defeat  “The home game was a game with a lot of lessons,” said Rashford. “It was a game where we could have lost 2-0, drew the game 1-1 or won the game 2-1  “I think in that game we left it a bit too late, but we learnt from it and we go again  “There have been times when we’ve got it right and there will be times when we get it right again and times when we don’t, but we have to understand that it doesn’t always go to plan, and we have to be ready for that  “I think it’s good to have the two games quite close together, because the first game is quite fresh in a lot of people’s minds I wouldn’t say it’s easier to prepare for it, but you feel ready to face it.” Read more here

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