The Spanish international and Manchester United’s midfielder Juan Mata has recently admitted that Manchester United have no time for mourning, now United must react after their three consecutive losses.
After winning three consecutive league matches, Jose Mourinho’s boys went in their last three consecutive matches and Sunday’s 3-1 defeat against Watford is the recent one and also this is for the first time that Manchester United's new boss Jose Mourinho has lost three successive matches in a single season since 2001-02.
But the 28-years-old Spanish International and Manchester United’s star midfielder Juan Mata who has made 90 appearances with 22 goals for Manchester United believes that, this is not the time for mourning, this is the time for react and he wants his teammates to react for a great return against Northampton Town and Leicester City as Mata wants his team to prove their worth in upcoming fixtures.
According to Mata’s blog on Manchester United's official website,
“As I always say, one of the best things of football is that the game is testing you all the time,"
"A win doesn't last too long, and it happens the same way with a defeat.”
"You have the chance to make it up soon afterwards.”
"Two more games this week will give us the opportunity to show on the pitch our pride and skills. There's no time for mourning. We must react."
"First of all, we visit Northampton Town in the EFL Cup, in our first game of the season in this competition,"
"We are the favourites in this game and we have to deliver, with all due respect to the opponent because, despite being in League One, Northampton Town has already knocked out a Premier League side like West Brom.
"I'm sure the stadium will be packed and they will try to make things difficult for us. And next weekend we are back to the Premier League, this time at Old Trafford against Leicester.
"Playing a nice game against the current champions would be the best signal that we could send to our supporters. In order to do so, we have to improve and work hard in every sense.
"I believe this team is capable of doing great things this season." Mata concluded.