Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has described the upcoming international break as a "bad" thing for his side's momentum.
Red Devil hammer struggling Crystal Palace to remain second of the Premier League table today due to goals difference from their neighbor Manchester City as Machester United has win six from the first seven league games.
Mourinho's side only dropped points so far have come in a 2-2 draw at Stoke City immediately after the last international break as the Portuguese coach is concerned about history repeating itself when they face Liverpool at Anfield on October 14."I don't welcome the break, it's bad,"
he told Sky Sports News."We had the first break and two days after the players came back we had to play another game. It's not a good situation for us but moaning doesn't help. We have to wait for them and hope there are not many problems."
United are unbeaten in their last three league visits to Anfield.