They beat Celta 1-0 last week in Vigo, they have the advantage, but it’s far from over. Manchester United are ready to host the Galician side, in a game that Jose Mourinho went that far as to call
the most important match of our history. For Celta, it’s, in their words, the most important match of their history. My feelings, it’s also the most important match of our history. It doesn’t matter what happened before, how big the matches we played before
the Portuguese said, looking certain that his players want this as much as Celta’s.
I don’t believe Celta dreams more than us, want to win more than us. I really don’t believe. In this aspect, I don’t think there will be a difference between both teams
the Manchester United manager said in a Press conference ahead of their Europa League semifinal second leg against Celta.
After Arsenal’s 2-0 win at Southampton, United are now sitting sixth in the Premier League table, with just three games remaining, meaning that winning the Europa League is their best chance to play Champions League football next season. Mourinho has said though that winning the Europa League itself, regardless of the Champions League bonus, is a huge thing on its own.