Published: Wed, November 01, 2017
Sport | By Billy Aguilar

Mourinho blasts Man United supporters for booing Lukaku

Mourinho blasts Man United supporters for booing Lukaku

Mourinho said: "Mourinho does not lose at Stamford Bridge".

Each and every Monday during the season, Manchester United star Juan Mata pens a personal blog.

Jose Mourinho has handed a first Champions League start to midfielder Scott McTominay for Manchester United's clash against Benfica at Old Trafford.

"We played in the Europa League and won it, so my team are now playing in the Champions League. This would be very important for us".

"We have to think of ourselves and carry on this run".

Speaking last night, former United defender Gary Neville told Sky Sports he thought Mourinho's shush gesture was aimed at those who have attacked the manager.

Former Manchester United striker Andy Ritchie has indicated that Romelu Lukaku's current goal drought is partly down to the fact that his team have not been creating too many chances in recent weeks.

The Red Devils sit top of Group A, three points clear of Basel, having recorded a 100 per cent record in Europe's premier competition this season.

However, he has not scored in his past five appearances and Mourinho has suggested that he is not getting enough support from the fans.

Mourinho enjoyed a winning start against Chelsea following his first stint at the club when his Inter Milan side hosted the Blues in the Champions League in February 2010.

"But, as I said, the supporters pay for their tickets so [they are free to do as they want]". "What we can not do is play with 12 players, and we can not play with everybody at the same time".

The United boss always adopts a reactionary stance in big games and rarely goes all guns blazing, preferring to kill off the game and maybe steal a goal. "He is fantastic. And playing football, for a striker, is not just about scoring goals".

- Mourinho thinks it is not fair when scoring the goal or not scoring the goal makes the whole difference.

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