Mata: I still have a smile on my face from Saturday

Mata: I still have a smile on my face from Saturday

Juan Mata‘s weekly blog is brimming with happiness after his fantastic individual performance in Manchester United’s 4-0 win over Newcastle at the weekend.

The Spaniard was magical in St James’ Park and his best 90 minutes in a United shirt gave us all a glimpse of what we can hope to see week in week out in the future.

His weekly blog is quickly becoming one of the highlights of the week and the latest instalment is no different. There’s plenty of hugs to go around for everyone!

Here’s the extract about United from his blog:

“Hi everyone.

“The truth is, after a game like Saturday’s, I realise once again how nice football can be, and how much you enjoy the few days following a victory and a good performance. I still have a smile on my face 🙂 To spend a relaxed Sunday knowing that you have done your job is priceless. And it was not an easy thing to do in St. James’ Park, but the team delivered and we got three more points to keep this great streak on away games.

“After the match I was very happy from a personal point of view; moreover, I was really pleased with the effort made by all players to win, and it’s a key victory to try to climb on the table and to go to Germany full of confidence.

“I scored and enjoyed on the pitch again; I wish the streak goes on until the end of the season. As I said after the game, I have a very good understanding with my team-mates and I was also very happy with Chicha and Adnan’s goals.

“By the way, you may wonder about my celebration with De Gea… The reason is that we had been practising free-kicks the day before and David said I was going to score against Newcastle… because that day I was misfiring all my shots! And so it happened 🙂

“This victory gives us a lot of energy for our game in Munich on Wednesday. In the first leg, the support from Old Trafford was our power to cope with such a tough game. It was a great night that I had to enjoy from the stands. On Wednesday I’ll be supporting from home, in front of the TV, aware that the Allianz Arena is one of the toughest stadiums in Europe… but also aware that we are Manchester United and I’m sure we can make it through!”

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