They are under pressure. "They need titles. But you know when you play for Man United, wining is an expectation and an obligation - but I like that obligation, to be honest".
"We have quality as well, but because of the money they have spent, they are the favourites".
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After all, this is only the second time in Premier League history two teams have boasted an identical record outside of August.
He said teammates such as Matic, Paul Pogba and Marouane Fellaini "make me a better player, and I think I make them better players".
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Pep Guardiola's men had beaten the Hornets 5-0 in their last meeting just before the end of last season, and went into the game full of confidence after beating Liverpool 5-0 last Saturday and Feyenoord 4-0 away from home in the Champions League in midweek. "There is always pressure when you spend a lot but there is also pressure on us because we are the biggest club in England".
Herrera came on as a sub against Everton as he continues to struggle for a regular starting place after the signing of Nemanja Matic and emergence of Marouane Fellaini. That is what we did last season.
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"We are going to enjoy having him here and try to keep him at the club for as long as possible", the Spain midfielder said.
The game which dragged for a greater part of the 90 minutes after United took a 1-0 lead was brought to life in the dying stages by quick fire goals from Lukaku, Mikhitaryan and Anthony Martial to seal a comfortable victory.
And he added: "This is a team, and when I retire I want to be remembered in this club".More news: BOE's Carney Says Brexit Could Lead to Persistently Higher UK Inflation
The Daily Star says the Frenchman, who was a key figure when the Gunners won the Premier League unbeaten back in 2003/04, often trains with his old club at London Colney, and he stopped by for yesterday's session.
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