Lindelof believes that the victory away to Manchester City would be a turning point for Manchester United
Victor Lindelof knows that Manchester United will not be able to relax for a moment in brutal Manchester City while Jose Mourinho's men look for a derby triumph that can change their season.
United goes to the Etihad Stadium on Sunday-Sunday in the aftermath of one of their most memorable European outings.
The volley of Cristiano Ronaldo left football open-mouthed, but it was Juventus who ended up stunned on Wednesday-evening while United grazed deeply to reach a 2-1 score in the Champions League.
Victor Lindelof believes that defeating Manchester City will be a turning point for his team
It was an ideal preparation for Sunday's journey to Pep Guardiola's City, where a substantial 90 minutes awaits Lindelof and his teammates.
It is a very good team, especially at home, said the ever improving Swedish center.
"So it is going to be a very tough job, but we are confident that we can go there and make it difficult for them. We will concentrate on that game.
& # 39; They are two totally different teams, but the victory (at Juventus) gave us a lot of confidence, which is always good.
& # 39; They are a very good team with very good players, so you must always be on your guard and you can not relax for a moment.
Lindelof and Manchester United play the game against the victory of Juventus
& # 39; You have to be focused and ready for everything, so I look forward to the game.
Hopefully I play and I help the team to win again. & # 39;
When Lindelof asked him if he beat City because of defeating Juventus, this could be a turning point in the season of United: I think so, yes.
We obviously want to win every game, but we had a rather difficult start at the start of the season.
& # 39; But now we have some good results in the last few races and we just have to keep working hard every day and play game for game. & # 39;
Lindelof praised the American manager Jose Mourinho for helping his development
A difficult start would also aptly describe how Lindelof United checked after leaving Benfica last year.
The 24-year-old had some hairy moments during his first campaign, but suspended this term and started all five games since the last international break.
VICTOR LINDELOF & # 39; S SEASON SO DISAPPEARING
Eredivisie – 10 performances
Champions League – Three appearances
Total – 13 gigs
& # 39; It feels good & # 39 ;, Lindelof said. & # 39; I've been playing a lot of games since the beginning of the season, I'm just trying to continue and do the best for the team.
& # 39; Right now I feel good – my body is fresh.
& # 39; No, I never doubt (myself). I have always had faith. You have to work hard, you know. & # 39;
The hard work was supplemented with support from the manager.
While Mourinho has openly expressed his frustration about the lack of summer fortifications in the middle of the back, he has had little to complain about the recent form of Lindelof.
& # 39; Since I've been here, he has been very important to me, & # 39; said the defender.
"He talks to me, tries to help me, he gives me – how do you say that in English … to improve my game and things like that.
& # 39; He has been very important. I think he was fantastic and I am very happy that he has him as a coach. & # 39;