JOSE MOURINHO praised his Manchester United side’s battling spirit but called on them to “grow up” in their approach to maxbet
games. United go into Sunday's huge derby against Manchester City off the back of two last-gasp wins away from home, over Bournemouth and Juventus in the Champions League. But he warned that unless they start better against Pep Guardiola’s free-scoring leaders maxbet
they could find the mountain too much to climb even with what is becoming a customary late rally.
“In a positive way it is easy to feel we are a team that does not give up, always find a way to fight back, sometimes changing results,” said the United manager.
“But going to the other side you can ask why we always concede before the opposition. There will be a day where we cannot come back, so we have to grow up in our approach. “It is clear the team is growing up, but we have to maxbet
grow up in our compactness and start matches well.” Mourinho’s side could slip 12 points behind City if they are beaten in the derby but can at least draw inspiration from the fact they won the last meeting between the two sides on blue soil. On that occasion, in April last year, a come-from-behind win for United, going two down inside the first half-hour but winning 3-2, forced City to delay their title celebrations.