United are still smarting over the manner of their defeat at home to Tottenham.
"I think what has hurt us most is knowing we were in good form with six wins on the bounce," said Cleverley . "It was really a chance to get momentum against one of our rivals and we haven't managed to do that.
"The way we lost leaves a sour taste in our mouths.
"We had a great start and won four or five corners in the first half an hour or so.
"It felt like we were really on top. The goals killed us a little bit, but I still feel we didn't deserve to lose the match."
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