The Portuguese man Jose Mourinho, who is currently managing the Premier League giant Manchester United has told fans that Sunday's Premier League match against fierce rivals and Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool at Old Trafford will not be a visit to the theatre and instead invited them to come and play with them as their 12th man.
The Red Devils has recently won their first leg of their EFL Cup semi-final on Tuesday, when the Spanish man Juan Mata scored a goal along with Marouane Fellaini to give Manchester United a deserved win.
But this is not enough for the 53-year-old Portuguese man as according to Mourinho, Sunday’s match against their bitter rivals is so much special match for Manchester United so, he wants his side to give their best and also wants Manchester United’s enthusiastic football the fans to come to the pitch and play with them as their 12th man.
As Mourinho said in an interview, "It's a special match for us,"
"If we play enthusiastic football the fans come to the pitch and play with us. When we don't play with great intensity it is normal that the fans are not so vocal."
"But we have absolutely amazing fans, fans who push us and get behind us."
"Everybody likes big games - players, managers, fans. Everyone loves big matches so let's go for that one on Sunday."