Mourinho calls fourth place highest for United after the lost topper

José Mourinho wants, despite the 3-1 defeat of Manchester United on Sunday in the winner against Liverpool, don’t despair, expect the Portuguese coach to that team this season in the top three of the Premier League will end.

By the loss at Anfield is United for nineteen points behind leader Liverpool, while the gap with number four Chelsea significantly. The ‘Blues’ have eleven points more than the ‘Red Devils’.

“It will not be easy, but we can still on the fourth place finish, claimed Mourinho Monday after the lost topper in conversation with Sky Sports.

“For now that is also the highest attainable result, because the title we are going to no more tackle and we end up without doubt just in the top six. We must now first to the fifth place to look and hopefully we can to place four to fight.”

The beleaguered United seemed Sunday a long time, a tie on to keep the cracker in Liverpool, but Xherdan Shaqiri brought there in the final change. The Swiss, who twenty minutes before time, fancied, scored twice and gave United the seventh defeat of the season.

‘The players have given everything’

It was already the tenth time in seventeen matches that United wouldn’t have won. Although the ‘Mancunians’ but not from the sporting valley managed to crawl to deny the embattled Mourinho that he has the support of his players is lost.

“A footballer must be every minute of the day, everything from self pick up to show respect to his club. You can players dishonorable mention, as they try their best not to do that, but that is not the case. The players against Liverpool on the field stood, everything given. Liverpool was simply better.”

Where United in the Premier League disappointing performance, the twintigvoudig champion of England in the Champions League is better off. United ended in group H, finishing second behind Juventus and Monday at 12: 00 am the sleeve for the draw of the eighth-finals.

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