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Live Reporting

By Denise Evans

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  1. Rashford rises to challenge

    Man Utd 0-0 Valencia

    One good thing to come out of last night's disappointing result for the Reds, was striker Marcus Rashford's confident man-of-the-match performance. The Englishman hit the bar with a free-kick and looked one of United's liveliest players.

  2. 'United going nowhere'

    Man Utd 0-0 Valencia

  3. Pogba and Mourinho unite?

    Man Utd 0-0 Valencia

    There's been much talk of a supposed rift between Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba, but according to the Guardian's back page today, they are united in one thing - frustration.

  4. Around the back pages

    The printing presses have been busy overnight processing yet more headlines dominated by Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho and his side's indifferent form.

    There's also a fair few images of Mourinho's forlorn-looking facial expression at the final whistle, as he attempts to make sense of the Reds' 0-0 draw with Valencia.

  5. Mourinho under (more) pressure and City saved by Silva

    Hello all.

    It's a bit grim and gloomy around Old Trafford this morning, and I'm not just talking about the drizzly weather.

    While some Manchester United fans will want to look at the positives from last night (David de Gea keeping a clean sheet is one off the top of my head), others will focus on another boring and uninspired performance.

    It was a much brighter night for Manchester City, though, who left it late to come from behind to see-off Hoffenheim thanks to an 87th-minute David Silva strike.

    The other big talking point from last night's action was Real Madrid slumping to defeat to CSKA Moscow.

    But before we dissect all of that and then look ahead to tonight's juicy match-ups, let's take a look at what the papers are saying...