Manchester United captain Harry Maguire has called for the team to “want to” beat Leicester.
This shall be the last Premier League fixture of the 2019-20 campaign and Manchester United want to end this on a high note. Even though United is in third place currently and Leicester in the fifth, the difference is only one point – which can change after this match. “We’ll go into the game wanting to win it. We want to get the three points; we’ll approach it like we approach any other game.
“Maybe if we’re drawing in the last couple of minutes, we might approaches it a little bit differently but for sure we’re going to go into the game and try to get the three points,” said Maguire.
“We’re sat third in the league and that’s where we want to be by the end of Sunday.
“At the start of the season we wanted to reach the top four – a lot of people didn’t think we would come Christmas, but we’ve put ourselves in a great position now and it’s an exciting game to be involved in.
And for Manchester United, qualifying for Champions League is high on their priority list.
“It’s really important [to play Champions League football]. I joined this club to win the biggest trophies and the Champions League is one of the biggest of them all. As a club and a player, we want to be in the Champions League, so it’s really important to be there.