Mourinho does not want to admit that Manchester United lost to Hull City
Manchester United-trainer José Mourinho wanted after the League Cup match with Hull City on Thursday night not to admit that his team 2-1 had lost.
“I have but two goals given. It was 1-1,” said Mourinho at a press conference.
The Portuguese coach denied that Hull City 1-0 came from a rake penalty from Tom Huddlestone. Was possible, Mourinho does not agree with the decision of referee Jon Moss, who hit the ball on the dot, explained after holding United defender Marcos Rojo.
“I saw the goal from Paul Pogba and the fantastic hit of Hull then. A great action, a good cross and great finish for the second pole: 1-1,” said Mourinho about the winning goal in a Hull attacker Oumar Niasse.
“I want to further not about the performance of my team, because the match was under control and fell completely dead.”
Mourinho wants defeat does not admit
By the defeat came to an end a series of seventeen unbeaten matches in a row for Manchester United, despite the loss, have qualified for the final of the League Cup. The heenduel in Manchester was 2-0 won by the team of Mourino.
In the final battle on February 26, wait Southampton, which is about two duels was too strong for Liverpool.
Mourinho doesn’t believe that United next month as favourite start to the final against Southampton. “I think that it does not matter against whom we play. We are against no one’s favorite.”