Mourinho takes aim at critics after win over Spurs

Kristopher Nichols
October 29, 2017

Manchester United boss, Jose Mourinho, has explained his finger-to-the-lips gesture, after they beat Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 at Old Trafford on Saturday.

After a blistering start to the season, United had somewhat of a wobble in recent weeks with a dire 0-0 draw at Anfield for which Mourinho came under heavy criticism followed by their first league loss of the season to Huddersfield.

On Saturday, the disgruntled reaction from his own fans when he took off Marcus Rashford in the 70th minute was perhaps not what Mourinho expected.

Mourinho's introduction of Anthony Martial in the 70th minute, proved to be a masterstroke, as the France worldwide netted the victor with 10 minutes left. Relax a little bit, don't be so nervous.

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Mourinho made it clear that his message was for his critics, not Pochettino or Spurs, as he stated his utmost respect for the Argentinian and his team.

"I like the team very, very much", he said. "If the result is 0-0 or 1-1 my feelings with the players and the team would be the same because they gave absolutely everything, every ball was like the most important ball of their career".

He said to Sky Sports: "Deserved, hard match, it could have been a draw, two big teams, I think both trying to win but both knowing the opponent was strong, so trying to win with one eye on the fifth".

"I think we had more chances to win the match, tactically hard for both teams, for both players. We tried and we deserved the victory".

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