Newcastle win highlights support Jose Mourinho still has at Manchester United

Newcastle win highlights support Jose Mourinho still has at Manchester United

Newcastle win highlights support Jose Mourinho still has at Manchester United

Manchester United's Chilean striker Alexis Sanchez (2R) scores the team's third goal during the English Premier League football match between Manchester United and Newcastle at Old Trafford in Manchester, north west England, on October 6, 2018.

Players have been blamed for not trying and the media has been accused of being disrespectful, but it's Mourinho who has been killing Manchester United with his lone-wolf mentality, rash mouth, and outdated tactics that are anti-football. I scored I think three in a row and I left, so I said, I think I have the touch and today exactly it proved, ' he told Man Utd's official website.

United went into the game without a win in their last four games in all competitions and began the day with their fewest points in the top flight after seven games since 1989.

After several good chances, United equalised through Anthony Martial in the 76th minute before Alexis Sanchez provided the victor in the 90th. Not for the title, but Mourinho's tenure at Old Trafford. "This is new but I think it makes me a better manager and a better person because I understand things in human nature".

Jose Mourinho: No, I was advised by the structure of the club that from the hotel to the training ground it would be probably a minimum of 75 minutes.

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"He's on holiday mode", was how Lancombe described him recently, whilst his team also pointed out that Zidane is capitalising on his time away from the game. "They give me the contract because they wanted to give it me". I'm very happy for the team, for us, but especially for the fans, ' he said. I don't want that, and if I could tell them to not do it, I would, because it is not about me.

United produced one of the worst 45-minute spells of the post-Sir Alex Ferguson era during the first half and deservedly went into the break 2-0 down.

The Chile worldwide had been finding himself in the firing line this season after failing to produce consistent performances for the Red Devils under Jose Mourinho.

The comeback continued six minutes later when Martial received a header from Pogba, played a one-two with his French team mate featuring a clever Pogba back-heel, before scoring with a precise finish from 15 yards.

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