"I don't like to compare situations", Herrera said, reflecting on the win that delayed City's Premier League title celebrations last term.
"I want to play it as an isolated match, a difficult match against a difficult team, but they will also think it's a difficult match for them".
A win for the Red Devils would move them six points behind Pep Guardiola's men heading into the final global break of the season.
The gesture sparked an altercation with Juventus players but it couldn't overshadow the enormity of the result for United, which has struggled domestically but now has a great chance of reaching the knockout stage in Europe. "After their goal I think we had five minutes to wake up again but the team was there was the first minute to the last".
"They are a fantastic team with an awesome record at home".
Meanwhile, Ronaldo could not hide his frustration that despite scoring his first Champions League goal for Juventus the Italian side "gifted" a dramatic late 2-1 victory to Manchester United.
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Dean said Long was known to officers through a minor traffic collision and was a victim of a battery incident at a different bar. Jasmin Alexander, who was with around 15 friends at the bar, said there was chaos and confusion inside when shots rang out.
It was the 121st goal in the competition for five-time Champions League victor Ronaldo who Juventus are counting on to help them lift their first European title since 1996. Hopefully, we can win. Valencia, which earlier beat Swiss side Young Boys 3-1, is two points back.
Manchester United will now switch their focus back to Premier League affairs and their crunch clash at Manchester City on Sunday.
"We are top of the group, we're a good team, but it's a long way for the final".
It didn't take a lot to convince Ashley Young.
'It's true that they are the favourites because they are in unbelievable form, but this is Manchester United and you never know what can happen.
"If we draw the gap is still nine points, if we lose it's 12, so I don't think that is the way to look at the match".
"A point or three would've changed little for Juventus, but three points makes a big difference to us".
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