"It reminded me very much of the Seville game a year ago".
Jose Mourinho's tenure at Manchester United continues in its odd fashion as Marouane Fellaini netted late to see his side beat Young Boys in the Champions League. I united the goal with David [de Gea]'s save.
Well, based on Mourinho's reaction to Marouane Fellaini's stoppage time goal, not exactly.
"It means that they give everything, and they did that, with moments of very good football, moments of quality, moments of hypothetical lovely goals and then also with moments of pressure, moments of lack of confidence, that frustrate us".
De Gea (below) has won only four major trophies since signing from Atletico Madrid for £18.9m in 2011, joining a club that had reached the Champions League final three times in four years.
Jose Mourinho reminded his critics of his record in European football after Manchester United scraped past Young Boys to qualify for the Champions League knockout phase.
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Marcos Rojo - yet to play a minute this term - is also absent for the United manager, who has made his frustration clear at the club's failure to reinforce the defence over the summer.
Mourinho has made six changes to the team which started the 0-0 draw against Crystal Palace, with Pogba's omission in favour of Fred the most high profile adjustment.
"Now, I must say as a centre-forward, if I saw my manager react like that I would be absolutely livid".
"I would invite those people to sit on the bench as managers but I think maybe it is better to have lots of holidays in Barbados and go to the television screen and touch the electronic dummies".
That meant familiar failings in front of goal were able to be brushed aside by Mourinho, who instead focused on the bigger picture in a tournament he has previously won with both Porto and Inter. "You just don't do that as a coach", Lineker said. "If you can not deal with that, that's a big problem".
Marcus Rashford, one of their livelier players, was also their most wasteful, missing five opportunities, including an outstanding one in the opening five minutes.