Mourinho sends a message to his lovers after Champions League progress

Mourinho sends a message to his lovers after Champions League progress

Mourinho sends a message to his lovers after Champions League progress

But the United manager saved his best for the end, when Marouanne Fellaini, one of his most loyal lieutenants, controlled a long Luke Shaw ball that had been headed on by Romelu Lukaku.

"Is about us as a team, is very hard for us to score goals".

'For the style of football I'd rather play for Pep or Klopp because it's exciting, on the front foot, attacking football that allows people to express themselves.

Alexis Sanchez's contract, which is worth up to £500,000 a week with bonuses and image rights, has dramatically increased De Gea's prospects of earning a huge uplift on his existing £200,000 a week deal.

The win against Young Boys secured qualification for United from Group H; United would otherwise have needed to travel to Valencia in a game on which progression from the group would have otherwise hinged.

"If I saw my manager react like that, I would be absolutely livid", said host Gary Lineker.

"Relief", Mourinho said of his celebrations.

Mourinho cut an emotional figure throughout the game and was visibly distressed when Marcus Rashford missed an early chance before losing control after Fellaini's victor.

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. Can I have on the touchline, where not a lot of the ones that comment on football have been? Not many of them were there, can myself or another manager have a reaction of frustration? "For the ones that have a nice life, it's different".

"He's the type of coach where he would be honest with you and tell you how it is, and if you can not deal with that, I mean, that's a big problem". "Tonight, you had Marcus Rashford playing as a nine - that's what you want, that's what you ask for all the time and you had".

"I was like, oh wow, s***, it happened", Lukaku, who has not scored since September, told Bleacher Report of his initial omission against Everton.

"It's always "I" with Jose... If you can not deal with that, that's a big problem".

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