Manchester United have had a mixed start to their UEFA Champions League campaign. With four points from three games, they sit second in the group but are already five points adrift of leaders Juventus.
Jose Mourinho's started the group well though, a 3-0 spanking of Young Boys away from home.
Paul Pogba was on target twice during that game and Anthony Martial added a third. However, they did not score in the succeeding two matches.
A 0-0 draw at home to Valencia was followed by a 0-1 defeat against Juventus, also at home. However, David De Gea was in splendid form in both those games, pulling off some vital saves and the defensive organisation was not too shabby.
Now, they are set to go to Turin to face Juventus in a crucial clash that will shape the outcome of the group. A loss could severely hamper United's chances of progression, given that Valencia can move ahead of them with a victory over Young Boys.