Eric Bailly and Nemanja Matic are in the Manchester United squad that travelled to Moscow on Monday for the first Champions League away fixture. United began their European campaign with a 3-0 victory over Basel and now have tricky away trips to face CSKA Moscow and Benfica. Marouane Fellaini did not travel after suffering a knock in a heavy challenge from Shane Long in the weekend's 1-0 win over Southampton, while United are still without the injured Paul Pogba.
Manchester United have jetted off to Russia without Marouane Fellaini after the Belgian failed to recover from an ankle injury suffered at Southampton on Saturday. Jose Mourinho's side left Manchester airport on Monday afternoon ahead of continuing their Champions League campaign against CSKA Moscow on Wednesday. Fellaini was hurt in a tackle by Southampton's Shane Long in United's hard-fought 1-0 win and hasn't travelled with his team-mates.
Manchester United are fuming over a tackle that has ruled Marouane Fellaini out of their Champions League trip to Moscow. Fellaini did not travel with the United squad for Wednesday's group stage tie against CSKA Moscow because of the injury that has infuriated Jose Mourinho and his staff. Southampton’s Shane Long raked his studs down the back of Fellaini’s left ankle during United’s 1-0 win at the St Mary’s Stadium on Saturday.
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