Former Chelsea midfield believes that Manchester United’s biggest asset in the Champions League lies with their manager.
Jose Mourinho’s men got off to the perfect start on their return to Europe’s elite with a 3-0 win over Swiss champions FC Basel on Tuesday night.
They will travel to Moscow in a fortnight to face CSKA Moscow before taking on Benfica – seemingly their biggest threat in Group A – in back-to-back clashes in October.
And Lampard, writing in the London Evening Standard, emphasised that supporters can be hopeful of seeing their side enjoy a successful run in Europe this year because of the man in the dugout.
“They will comfortably get through their group,” he wrote.
“With the squad they have now and how manager Jose Mourinho is,...
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