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'Lions don't recover like humans': Zlatan back in United win

18 November 2017

Ginola, however, claims Ibrahimovic cast such a shadow over Edinson Cavani at PSG that the Uruguay worldwide suffered from a lack of confidence and he believes the same could happen with Romelu Lukaku, now in the midst of a seven-game goal drought, at Old Trafford.

Paul Pogba scored one and created another on his return from a two month injury layoff to lead Manchester United to a 4-1 win over Newcastle United at Old Trafford on Saturday as they maintained their 100 percent home record.

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'Lions don't recover like humans': Zlatan back in United win

Defender Marcos Rojo is also available and manager Jose Mourinho said, "all three will be selected". There are qualities in our football, qualities that influence our approach in matches, with Pogba and without Pogba.

He added: "Last season we played Zlatan every minute nearly until he was injured but this season we learned how to play without him but he's still a very important player for us and of course we welcome him back".

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While Pogba was replaced by Marouane Fellaini in the 70th minute, team-mate Zlatan Ibrahimovic marked his comeback from a serious knee injury with a late cameo off the bench.

"He's shown incredible personality to fight such an important injury". Of course, we welcome him back.

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"The returning of injured players is obviously nice".

"I see the same team and feel the same atmosphere". He is very young and he has 10 more years to play for his country so I can imagine the numbe rof goals he will end up with is awesome. "It hurts when you are not playing, you want to help the team, but you just have to do your recovery".

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"I'm not anxious at all - I train hard, sacrifice a lot".

'Lions don't recover like humans': Zlatan back in United win