Manchester United must have won the game 3-0 had their World Cup victor with France, Paul Pogba converted it from a penalty United earned. I feel that I need to see the followers.
"He played very well for us, scored two important goals", said Mourinho.
"They say I'm in danger, but I don't think so".
Executive vice-chairman Woodward has been the focus of many supporters" ire and a fan-funded plane flew over Turf Moor describing him as "a specialist in failure'.
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Mourinho will be aiming for his Manchester United side to establish themselves as one of the main contenders for the title this season.
Joe Hart saved Paul Pogba's penalty and Marcus Rashford's red card were the only negatives for the visitors and their manager, who has plenty of reasons to be cheerful after a line was drawn under his wretched start to his third season at Old Trafford.
"I never blame a player for missing penalties", he said.
He told the BBC: "I don't know what happened".
The media officer relented and when Mourinho had finished eulogising over the Belgian, he went back to the question she wanted to take from an Italian journalist who, it transpired, wanted to talk about United's Champions League opponents Juventus. "The result shouldn't have been open until the last minute".
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The Uruguay global believes that Pogba could be swayed into leaving the Premier League in the near future as a way of joining a more competitive team both domestically and in Europe.
United held firm for their second win of the season, though, allowing Mourinho to head into the two-week global break in a happier mood.
"The three points were an important thing, the quality of the performance and happiness of the team is an Old Trafford response - the way Old Trafford reacted to the boys in the Spurs defeat was important. We know we are not in Manchester United's league and it's a massive challenge for clubs like ours to get close to those guys." .
Speaking to ManUtd.com, Mourinho said: "The pace with the ball and the organisation without the ball [was very good]".
Seven of the biggest clubs across Europe have each spent more than €1 billion in transfer fees on players since 2010, according to the Daily Mail's report on a new study from the CIES Football Observatory, a data and analytics firm.
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Federer was crisp in a 7-5, 6-4, 6-4 win over Benoit Paire in and made it 18 of 18 lifetime in the second round of the US Open . Kyrgios said the conversation didn't affect his play. "On the other hand after seeing the video I am angry with the umpire".
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