Jose Mourinho coping well with the pressure, says Nemanja Matic

Jose Mourinho watched his Man Utd side crash to the worst home defeat of his managerial career on Monday

Jose Mourinho watched his Man Utd side crash to the worst home defeat of his managerial career on Monday

United slipped to 13th in the table after registering their worst start to a season since 1992 with back-to-back defeats to Brighton & Hove Albion and Tottenham Hotspur, but Mourinho, according to Matic, never showed any signs of strain.

Manchester United must have won the game 3-0 had their World Cup victor with France, Paul Pogba converted it from a penalty United earned.

"So fast, so creative, even I can say so lovely, but we lost three chances in the first 10 minutes and I think that was the mirror of the game", Mourinho continued.

"I think we started winning this match because of Old Trafford, after Spurs".

A banner protesting against executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward was flown over the ground before kick-off, but United were not distracted from the job at hand in the early exchanges, with Jesse Lingard missing three chances in a dominant opening spell.

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Mourinho ended the game going close up to United's traveling support to show his appreciation for their backing.

Wright noted he wants to see the 20-year-old back in a striking position, which means he will probably have to leave his boyhood club. "It left the club without a certain type of experience that the biggest club in the world needs", Schmeichel said on Monday.

His relationship with United boss Jose Mourinho is said to have broken down - possibly to the point of no return - leaving him little option but to seek a move away.

Given the delicate political situation at Old Trafford, the afternoon was as notable for events off the field as on it.

Mourinho claimed that Pogba will remain United's penalty taker, despite his miss, should he wish to remain on duty.

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"Harsh? I don't know. The result shouldn't have been open until the last minute". "They still had some breakaway chances even when they went down to ten men, and in the end I've got no complaints", Dyche conceded.

The campaign resumes against unbeaten Watford at Vicarage Road on September 15 before Mourinho's side face BSC Young Boys in their Champions League opener.

Former Manchester City goalkeeper Hart, who saved a penalty from Paul Pogba during the loss to United, said: 'The break comes at a good time for us.

"We knew where they could cause us problems with the long balls. But the important thing is he is back to goals and we're back to victories". He prepared [for] the game in a very good way. "Emotions got the better of me, I shouldn't of reacted like that", the forward said.

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