Speaking on Monday in his pre-match pres conference ahead of the game, Mourinho said United will start "smelling" the semi-finals if they manage to get past Sevilla. (Marcus) Rashford's been in the side recently, he's done well, particularly off the left-hand side.
"But I think that when a team arrives in the last eight anything can happen". Zlatan participated in the workouts as well.
The midfielder was unavailable for Saturday's 2-1 win over Liverpool after suffering an injury in training on Friday. Among those, we can find Lionel Carole (muscular), Daniel Carrico (thigh), Sebastien Corchia (groin), Jose Mena (groin) and Jesus Navas (calf).More news: Grab to offer loans, insurance with new fintech platform Grab Financial
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says he still doesn't know if Paul Pogba will be fit for Tuesday's Champions League last-16 second leg against Sevilla. That performance shows that the difference between the two sides is not too great but recent form, the location of the match and the sheer difference in stature between the two clubs makes Manchester United marginal favourites to win this match.
"United has to be a team in the Champions League, so that victory was very important for us because we finished outside the top four".
On the other hand, Sevilla are coming off a 0-2 loss against Sevilla the last time out. They register one win on the road, but it was against a lowly Malaga side that can't get a win to save their lives at the moment.More news: Andhra Bank pegs Sterling exposure at Rs 578 crore after shares dive
The Andalusians also have history to deal with - Sevilla have played six times in England and not won even once. They rarely allowed United any meaningful time on the ball during the first leg and created a number of chances. Keep your best stuff for the @FIFAWorldCup this time.
The Serbian global has been in great form in Italy this season, scoring 11 goals and assisting a further seven strikes in 37 games. The offer will be available for players who register through this link.More news: Southampton legend Le Tissier: Pellegrino was too negative