Mourinho: We Don't Miss Pogba

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Nemanja Matić doesn't think teammate Fellaini gets credit he deserves from English fans

Pic: Getty ImagesManchester United midfielder Paul Pogba's hamstring injury will keep him out "long term", says manager Jose Mourinho. We never miss the players that are injured, that's our way of seeing.

Mourinho listing Pogba along with Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Marcos Rojo, who have been out of action since suffering knee ligament injuries in April, does appear worrying for United.

But in his absence, the Red Devils have won five games in all competitions, scoring 17 goals in the process with Marouane Fellaini benefiting from Pogba's injury with a more prominent role in the starting line-up.

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Pogba limped out of United's UEFA Champions League clash with FC Basel in September.

With the Red Devils facing a match less than every three days on average and mostly facing sterner opposition, their injuries will be felt, particularly those to important players like Pogba. United then end their stint away from Old Trafford at Huddersfield in the Premier League.

The Belgium worldwide scored twice in the 4-0 win over Crystal Palace at the weekend and Jose Mourinho hailed the midfielder after the game for his "strong character".

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"He's injured, he cannot play tomorrow and it's not an injury that I can have the hope I have with (Antonio) Valencia or (Phil) Jones.I have the hope to see them in training. It's an opportunity for others, is a moment for others to step up and to get the chance, so I think that's good".

United will travel to Anfield straight after the worldwide break, with a trip to the Estádio da Luz coming just four days later to take on the Portuguese double-winning side Benfica.

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