At this stage last season he had scored five times in three Belgium games, but he had also netted a remarkable 11 goals in 13 appearances for his club. A player who possess such obvious ability, but too frequently demonstrates an inconsistency not just over the course of a season, but throughout the course of a single match.
The same thing happened before United's last home group game against Valencia, but this time kickoff did not need to be delayed.
Neville has echoed Mourinho's fears and says he's torn whether the Frenchman should stay at the club.
Unfortunately, Manchester United's record signing, a player that was named in the 2015 UEFA Team of the Year as well as the 2015 FIFA FIFPro World XI before returning to England has become ordinary to numerous club faithful. However, the Red Devils are already without many of their star players and they will face Juventus without Sanchez.
"I feel that every game".
"One day he will score and one day his confidence levels will be back to normal, which clearly they are not".
Jose Mourinho's side are now sat 10th in the Premier League table, are out of the Carabao Cup and have dropped five points across their last two Champions League outings against Valencia and Juventus.
"Against Juventus, to give him a break, I don't think [first-team coach Michael] Carrick can play as a striker". Look around that team, with Buffon, Pirlo, Bonucci, Chiellini, Marchisio: great experienced players.
Scott McTominay could be back in contention but I think Nemanja Matic will keep his place in midfield.
He has been nearing a sack at United for a year now and this defeat could prove to be the final nail on the coffin. "If United don't sell him in the summer, Juventus will wait until the end of his contract", the source said.