Photo: Ander Herrera issues Man Utd rallying cry ahead of Hull clash

The Manchester United midfielder is looking forward to the weekend's game

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Ander Herrera has taken to Instagram to issue a Manchester United rallying cry ahead of Saturday’s Premier League clash with Hull City.

The Red Devils host the Tigers at Old Trafford looking for another three points after beating Arsenal 2-1 at Emirates Stadium last weekend.

Herrera, 25, posted the picture above on Instagram and wrote: “Hi all! Tomorrow, a Premier League match against Hull City. Another opportunity in front of our supporters!”

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Herrera scored as Manchester United’s reserves beat Blackburn 5-0 on Tuesday night.

The Spaniard has been an unused substitute in United’s last four matches and has only played 45 minutes since suffering rib injury against West Ham United in September.

Herrera played the full 90 minutes of the reserve game as he proved his fitness to Louis van Gaal.


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