LIVERPOOL – Jose Mourinho claimed he was unfairly judged by critics after Manchester United conceded a last-minute Leighton Baines penalty when held 1-1 by Everton in the Premier League on Saturday.
United only drawing two wins since the end of last August, the rest of the series and they often make the situation the team was slipping in the race for the league title this season.
However, after failing to bring home three precious points to keep Mourinho insists his side played well but he has not received commensurate services.
“You (the critics) have to decide because when I played football player pragmatically and then win the match or tournament, you will say it is not good. You will talk bad thing.
“When I play with a great team so that there is a significant difference in the last two or three years ago, then you would say … No matter what happens the result is more important.
“Currently, our team wants to get positive results, stick with 11 players, keep the ball in possession and assault. You need to make a decision, “said Mourinho.
In the meantime, actions Mourinho brought in Marouane Fellaini in the 85th minute proved costly when the Belgian star Idrissa Gueye fouled in the penalty area led to referee a penalty to Everton.
Mourinho, however, defended the move to bring in the 29-year-old.
“I think you are more knowledgeable about football. Everton are no longer a team that likes to make short passes like a while ago, they are now more practicing direct style of play.
Source : Internet