Manchester United stars Juan Mata and Ander Herrera in 'most likely to' video

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Ask any Manchester United fan who their favourite players are and you'll more than likely hear the names of Ander Herrera and Juan Mata. 

The two Spaniards have become cult figures at Old Trafford, not only for their performances on the field but also their personalities away from the hallowed turf.

Mata's YouTube videos are often a source of great entertainment for United fans and, in his latest post, he was joined by his compatriot. See the video by scrolling down the page.


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The two midfielders took part in a light-hearted game of 'most likely to' and unsurprisingly, the friends don't always agree on the answer.

The questions included 'most likely to cry watching a film', 'most likely to get a yellow card first in a game' and 'most likely to dance in the dressing room'.

The friendship between Herrera and Mata really shines through in the video, but who wouldn't want to be friends with the smiley Spaniards?

Watch the video here


Manchester United are in FA Cup action on Saturday afternoon as they host League One outfit Sheffield United at Old Trafford.

The domestic competition offers a realistic aim for the first piece of silverware in the post-Alex Ferguson era, but United's primary focus will be Champions League qualification, whether that be a top four finish or winning the Europa League. 

However, it has been 12 years since the Red Devils last tasted victory in the competition and supporters would love to see their team hoist the famous trophy once again.

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