Manchester United legend Phil Neville doesn’t feel Jose Mourinho should be sacked, adding that the Portuguese tactician is capable of getting the team out of their UEFA Champions League group and making the top four in the league.
The Red Devils welcomed Serie A champions Juventus to Old Trafford in their third UEFA Champions League match of the campaign, having played out a scoreless draw with Valencia at home in their last encounter.
United have shown flashes of revival at Stamford Bridge last time out after they came from 1 goal down to draw 2-2 with host Chelsea thanks to second-half goals from Anthony Martial.
However, the Red Devils were outclassed by the Old Lady, who had 67% of possession in the first stanza of the match at Old Trafford to force United to defend deep.
Argentine forward Paulo Dybala netted a first-half winning goal before Leonardo Bonucci and defender Giorgio Chiellini effortlessly kept United at bay in the second fourty-five minute to seal three points at Old Trafford.
The Red Devils have only managed to a victory of their last seven matches in all competitions, coming from 2-0 deficit to beat Newcastle 3-2 before the last FIFA international break.
United were 3-0 winners against Swiz side Young Boys to make a great start to their UEFA Champions League campaign despite their inconsistency in the Premier League form.
However, Valencia managed to leave England with a point after the Red Devils produced a turgid display in front of their home crowd earlier in the month.
Jose Mourinho’s men make the return trip to Turin on 7 November, having come out victorious on their last two visit to Turin back in 1999 and 2003 during the spell of Sir Alex Ferguson.