Jose Mourinho angry Manchester United 'always shoot themselves'

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Aubameyang was denied again by a sprawling De Gea and Jose Mourinho threw on Paul Pogba, but neither side could find a victor, with United's goalkeeper making a fine late stop to prevent Lucas Torreira from snatching victory. Another winless league game leaves United off the pace in the top-four hunt.

"Fulham is a big game", the summer signing from Porto said. "I think we believe as a squad".

'We didn't get much rest obviously in the summer after the World Cup, so coming back there's always going to be little niggles here and there, ' the England global said.

"We want to make a point there". We are thinking he will start with us soon.

Winning games has been an issue for United of late, with a 2-2 draw against the Gunners seeing a run without a Premier League success stretched to four outings. However, it is unclear whether Mourinho's long-term future at Old Trafford is secure.

Whether Mourinho can help Dalot fulfil that potential remains to be seen.

"I need to adapt considering the team I'm now playing in, the coach and the league I am playing in. I think the referee's decision is not important today for the result". Is Mourinho the issue and not the players at all? "I know maybe he was offside, but it was very hard".

"I know VAR is coming". "So, for me, it was good to learn the language well and quickly".

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"I learnt and consumed English in school and I watched TV and movies to give myself an idea".

"He was the first who sent me a message to say welcome back". "We fought a lot".

Meanwhile the Spaniard warned that the diagnosis for Rob Holding's knee injury "is not good".

"Every supporter needs to feel that with us, and push like they pushed against Tottenham".

With the game suddenly having come to life, Arsenal wasted two chances to take the lead for the third time, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang shooting straight at De Gea from point-blank range before Mkhitaryan missed with a near-post touch.

However, Ranieri revealed Mou was the first to congratulate him when he got the Inter job, and the Manchester United manager publicly supported the Italian after he was sacked by Leicester.

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Martin Keown praised Liverpool FC for showing "fighting" qualities after the Reds came from a goal down to seal a 3-1 win at Burnley on Wednesday night in the Premier League.

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