Jose Mourinho wants to break Sir Alex Ferguson's Champions League record

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"We have four teams who can get points, they will share points, they will discuss every result, so I think the draw is hard".

Liverpool were frustrated by a Watford side who held them to a dramatic 3-3 draw on the opening weekend of the 2017/18 season, but won six points from home games against Crystal Palace and Arsenal.

He may not ever complete a game for Manchester United under Jose but his creativity and passing are second to none.

The Premier League leaders also brought in Nemanja Matic for £40m from Chelsea and Benfica's Victor Lindelof for £30.7m as United got their business done early this summer.

"We've had a very good start in the Premier League and the challenge now is not only to keep the same level, but to do the same in the rest of the competitions as well: Champions League, Carabao Cup".

Bolt told ESPN: "The Champions League is going to be hard, you know what I mean".

"In those competitions you need to have some luck in some important moments and maybe sometimes you are the better team and you don't win".

Arsenal, before the recent worldwide break, travelled to Anfield and were humbled 4-0 with Liverpool's exciting front three - Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah - giving them a 3-0 half-time lead before Daniel Sturridge made it four in the second half.

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Mata has also revealed some of his United teammates are set to join in.

Mourinho - who has an option for an extra year on his current agreement - said: "I don't need a new contract to work to my limits. I said it last year, last year we just couldn't score, that was our biggest issue", he added.

"It has been good at United".

"Everyone understands we are in a lucky position, we are privileged and many others are not so lucky. I think it will get bigger in the next few weeks and months".

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