"In a positive way it is easy to feel we are a team that does not give up, always find a way to fight back, sometimes changing results", said the United boss.
Allegations of financial impropriety off the field couldn't derail Manchester City moving to the brink of the Champions League last 16 as Gabriel Jesus scored a hat-trick in a 6-0 thrashing of Shakhtar Donetsk on Wednesday.
Jose Mourinho has said Manchester City are "untouchable" on the eve of the derby but avoided questions about allegations the Premier League champions have circumvented financial fair play (FFP) rules.
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England have additional insight into New Zealand through John Mitchell, the former All Blacks coach who is now Jones' assistant up to the end of the World Cup.
The fact that Sanchez has failed to cement a spot in Jose Mourinho's starting line-up is enough reason to be concerned. "I simply said that he didn't need to make those gestures". I quickly decided that was the right move for me. "I just want him to recover well and I hope it is nothing serious but you can see something happened there, so I wish him all the best and a very fast recovery". He can be quite strict, but that's part of his job. "And I think even if this game hadn't ended with victory I would have the same feeling that the team played really, really well from the first minute against a super team".
The Brazilian midfielder has endured a baptism of firm in English football with united early struggles in 2018-2019 making life hard for all concerned.
His most recent outing for them saw him skipper the side in a Europa League clash with Arsenal, with that contest seeing his former United team-mate Danny Welbeck suffer a serious ankle injury. You have to defend deep and well, defend crosses well because they are so strong and better than us at set-pieces.