On Friday, Manchester United FC has won their first-leg at 3-0 in Europe League round-of-32 tie.
The United coach Jose Mourinho confessed that he was upset by his own side’s arrogant approach to the first half of their Europe League of 3-0 win over French side St Etienne.
Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic hat-trick placed the scoreline a gratifying look at the Premier League side which carries on several nervy instants while in the match at Old Trafford, mainly in the first half.
When asked by media about the result, United manager Mourinho said “I am… especially because in the first half, we played so bad, and we managed to finish it winning 1-0 when we don’t deserve. It was down to lack of concentration.”
“I had the feeling immediately in the dressing room… too noisy, too funny, too relaxed. Then my assistants had the feeling in the warm-up, with some of the guys not really focused on the getting the right adrenaline in their bodies,” he said.
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“Even myself on the touch-line, I felt it was difficult, the communication. I needed the half-time. I am not happy with it. At half-time, the result could be 1-1. I always think we have to play every game with the same attitude.”
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The manager of Portuguese did not stress in the second half; it was “a different story.” United FC has lost once in the last 23 matches, now On Sunday, they will travel to face second-tier side Blackburn Rovers in the fifth round of the FA Cup.