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Profile of the Spanish footballer Juan Mata, who currently plays as a midfielder at Man Utd. The 28-year old player Mata joined Manchester United from and wears the number 8 shirt.

Juan Mata
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        (Squad number 8)

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Juan Mata Career
2006–2007Real Madrid B39(10)
2007–2011Valencia129(33)
2011–2014Chelsea82(18)
2014–Manchester United49(15)

2004Spain U163(2)
2004Spain U172(1)
2006–2007Spain U1913(12)
2007Spain U205(3)
2007–2011Spain U2119(5)
2012Spain U234(0)
2009–Spain34(10)

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Juan Mata : Man Utd News
“WAYNE Rooney fired home a spectacular injury-time equaliser to break Bobby Charlton’s Manchester United with time running out after United had trailed since the early stages to an unfortunate own goal by Juan Mata.”
 Fox Sports Today
“United looked to have been heading for a first defeat in 17 games after Juan Mata’s own goal in the first half, before Rooney came off the bench to score a beauty of a free-kick past the otherwise excellent Lee Grant.”
 Metro Yesterday
“He also brought back Juan Mata in place of the in-form Anthony Martial Wayne Rooney stepped off the bench to save a point for Manchester United’s against Stoke and surpass Bobby Charlton’s scoring record.”
 Mirror Yesterday
“Wayne Rooney smashed Bobby Charlton’s long-standing Manchester United goal scoring record with a sizzling who had galloped forward leaving Juan Mata trailing in his wash.”
 Daily Telegraph Yesterday
“When Jose Mourinho took over at Man United, one of the jokes that swept the internet was that Juan Mata better start packing his bags. But that’s not the way things worked out.”
 101greatgoals.com Yesterday
“It’s fair to say that Juan Mata endured a fairly inauspicious first-half showing for Manchester United against Stoke City.”
 lebuzz.eurosport.co.uk Yesterday
“Manchester United playmaker Juan Mata was having a rotten afternoon on Saturday after his own-goal gave Stoke City the lead, but it got worse.”
 Caught Offside Yesterday
“Stoke City have taken the lead against Manchester United thanks to an own-goal from Juan Mata. United have been in fine form lately, winning nine of their previous ten games in all competitions.”
 Caught Offside Yesterday
“And Juan Mata’s had a bad day: an own goal followed by an open 37 min Mkhitaryan places a shot into the second tier when well placed. But this is better from Man United. Stoke are very much in defensive mode at the moment.”
 The Guardian Yesterday
“The former Everton midfielder comes in as one of four changes, with Juan Mata, Chris Smalling and Daley Blind also starting Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has preferred Marouane Fellaini to Michael Carrick for the Red Devils's clash with Stoke City.”
 Goal Yesterday
Juan Mata Career Honours
  • Valencia: Copa del Rey (1): 2007–08
  • Chelsea: FA Cup (1): 2011–12
  • Chelsea: UEFA Champions League (1): 2011–12
  • Chelsea: UEFA Europa League (1): 2012–13
  • Spain: FIFA World Cup: 2010
  • Spain: UEFA European Football Championship: 2012
  • Spain: FIFA Confederations Cup: Third-place 2009, Runner-up 2013
  • Spain: UEFA U-19 Championship: 2006
  • Spain: UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship: 2011
  • UEFA U-21 Championship Golden Player: 2011
  • UEFA U-21 Championship Bronze Boot: 2011
  • UEFA U-21 Championship Team of the Tournament: 2011
  • Chelsea Player of the Year (2): 2011–12, 2012–13
  • FA Cup Final Man of the Match: 2012
  • Premier League Player of the Month (1): October 2012
  • Premier League PFA Team of the Year (1): 2012–13

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Goalkeepers
    Sergio Romero Sam Johnstone
    David de Gea
    Defenders
    Antonio Valencia Matteo Darmian
    Luke Shaw Phil Jones
    Marcos Rojo Chris Smalling
    Eric Bailly Daley Blind
    Midfielders
    Jesse Lingard Ashley Young
    Memphis Depay Juan Mata
    Henrikh Mkhitaryan Bastian Schweinsteiger
    Marouane Fellaini Ander Herrera
    Paul Pogba Timothy Fosu-Mensah
    Michael Carrick Morgan Schneiderlin
    Forwards
    Marcus Rashford Zlatan Ibrahimovic
    Anthony Martial Wayne Rooney