The second half saw United force Bournemouth onto the back foot, but they missed chance after chance, including a stunning miss from substitute Marcus Rashford, which left Mourinho wringing his hands in disbelief.
No Premier League side has claimed more points (seven) from losing positions so far this season but, win or no win, Mourinho can not afford for his side to keep turning in performances like this, not least because Martial won't be able to bail them out every time.
The striker has scored three goals in four games for England this season but his club form has been questioned after finding the net just once in 10 appearances.
"Doesn't matter how many minutes until the end of the game, we have the feeling of anything can happen and, even missing chances as we did in the second-half, chance after chance after chance, they keep going until the end". "It's one of the best since we have been promoted and can't fault anyone with effort".
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Similar caravans have gathered regularly over the years and have generally dwindled by the time they reach the southern border. So far, it is not certain whether any operative suffered any injury but Guatemalan officers were hurt.
Valencia has not featured for United in a month after picking up an injury but he hinted that he was fit in an Instagram video in which he was doing weight training at Carrington on Thursday morning.
Alexis Sanchez and Jesse Lingard were back on the bench against Everton last weekend and Mourinho says the duo are now fully-fit and in contention to start tomorrow afternoon.
"Lukaku doesn't score for nine matches", he said.
'Proud' Derby County boss Frank Lampard appreciative of warm Chelsea reception
Chelsea welcome Derby County to Stamford Bridge in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday, managed by record-goalscorer Frank Lampard . Willy Caballero was also a bundle of uncertainty, allowing Derby attackers to get too close and botching several clearances.
Wednesday's hearing means Mourinho will be on the touchline for Saturday's trip to Bournemouth, having seen off the threat of a touchline ban.
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The mini revival continues, but Mourinho would do well not to believe the corner has been turned for good.
United finally clicked in the 35th minute when Sanchez showed his worth. Mourinho's side were fortunate to be level at half-time but after the restart, they improved the longer the game went on and should have claimed a decisive second goal after Young struck the bar with a free-kick.
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The night session will be opened by Federer against Fabio Fognini , then Kei Nishikori will face Kevin Anderson . Cilic, who has beaten Djokovic just twice in 17 meetings, ended reigning ATP Finals champion Dimitrov's season.
The highlight of this match for him was his point-blank block of Rashford's shot from six yards out, denying a certain goal.
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