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Monday, September 19, 2016

Mourinho Claims The First Goal Should Not Have Been Allowed To Stand.


Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, has said their
3-1 defeat to Watford, was due to mistakes by the referee
and poor defending.
The Red Devils fell to a third consecutive defeat on Sunday
at Vicarage Road.
Etienne Capoue opened scoring in the first half, before
Marcus Rashford equalized after the break. But further
goals from Juan Camilo Zuniga and Troy Deeney, ensured
United left with nothing.

Mourinho claims the first goal should not have been
allowed to stand.
“I can split this into three factors – one is the referee’s
crucial mistakes, it’s not in my control,” he said.
“I can’t do anything, I can’t change that, it’s not under my
control, but against Man City you know what happened in
the 55th minute.
“Today, you know what happened in the first goal, so we
were punished by these mistakes but I can’t do anything.”

Mourinho, however, accepted that the second goal was his
own players fault.
“The third thing is what is in my hands, improvement of the
team and the individuals. I tried to stop the defensive
mistakes, and I knew that I had a task,” he added.
“Their second goal is a mistake. It’s a mistake that goes
against our plan and against our training because our
intention was for the wing-backs to be pressed and not let
them progress.
“But what happens is that their guy gets the ball 25 metres
away from our box and we gave him the space. This is a
tactical but also a mental attitude. It’s something that
doesn’t become perfect in a couple of weeks. So we have
to improve, no doubt, individually and collectively. And
that’s my job.”
“I feel that some individuals probably feel the pressure and
responsibility too much,” he said.
“But from a collective point of view, I only have good things
to say about them. At 1-1 everyone thinks we are going to
win the game. We were showing complete control,
intensity, creation.
“We started the season very well with (winning) the
Community Shield and three victories in a row in the
Premier League, the best start that a new manager has had
at Manchester United I think. But was I thinking that my
team was ready, perfect, unbeatable? Not at all.
“I was completely aware that we were not perfect, with lots
of players who are not end products and can make their
own mistakes.”
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