HEINZE HAILS REDS
The 28-year-old Argentina international admits he has been driven on by the sounds of "Argentina, Argentina" coming down from the stands.
“I would be lying if I told you I hadn't heard it. It is really kind of emotional for me. I would much rather the fans sing the name of my country than sing my name.
“If you are a bit tired and your hear that it gives you an extra bit of strength in your legs towards the end of the game.
“They show English games a lot in Argentina, so it has made a real big impression that United fans have been singing these songs.
“People have sat up, particularly when you consider the history and relationship between England and Argentina.
“There is much more physical contact here, so you need to be tougher. The game in England is a lot quicker, the pace and tempo of matches a lot faster than other countries.
“You have less time on the ball before someone comes to tackle you. But the football is very dynamic. It is fast and furious.
“I prefer to defend against someone who is strong because you have one or two ways to deal with them. If somebody is really quick, there is less you can do. If they get past you, you just say 'adios'.”
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