Published: Mon, October 08, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho given private show of support

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho given private show of support

However, after a superb second-half fightback saw United grab a 90th-minute victor through Alexis Sanchez, Mourinho was at his abrasive best during the post-match interview.

Speculation over Mourinho's position mounted before kick-off following United's poor start to the season and, with his team trailing 2-0 inside 10 minutes, the Portuguese boss looked like he could be on his way out.

"Mourinho was a big influence on me when I was at Chelsea".

"I expect Man United to give him time".

"It's not good for the heart when it is like this but it is satisfying to win and the way we did in the second half was the way we should always play football", the Belgian told MUTV.

Fans at Old Trafford have generally stood by the manager, and they chanted his name loudly as the comeback took place, so it's very likely the words were directed at the press.

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Manchester United got a much-needed win over Newcastle United thanks to a last-minute goal from Alexis Sanchez.

In the seventh minute, Ayoze Perez played a routine through-ball inside full-back Young and Kenedy easily beat him, for skill and pace, before finishing ruthlessly.

"As a friend of mine was saying to me this morning: if tomorrow it is raining in London it is my fault, If there is some difficulty to have the agreement of Brexit, it is my fault".

"I have to be ready for all of this. But it's my life that I love and I have worked for this since I was a kid and I will love it until my last day, so it's one more experience in my life".

Matt Ritchie (6.4) put in a typically energetic display, whilst Yedlin (6.3) was up against Man Utd's most risky player on the day in Martial. As loud as the Old Trafford faithful cheered Sanchez's victor, this is still a team that is underperforming to an astonishing degree and while there are many reasons for that - the owners, the board, the players all deserve some blame - no one appears more responsible right now than Mourinho. And another thing is you can't do better but you don't cope well with the feelings surrounding your environment. "I think the players showed they wanted to win the match".

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