Jose Mourinho's side were holding on to a 2-1 lead against Middlesbrough when Antonio Valencia scored a fortuitous third goal for the visitors in injury time. When Valdes's legs splayed like a drunk foal and donated the ball to Valencia, Mourinho was proved right. A victory no longer represents the moon, and a defeat hell. These are two home games against the high flying West Brom and sublime Everton.
The former Juventus boss, who was embroiled in a spat with Mourinho on the touchline, says the Red Devils made it "impossible to play football".
United had the first clear-cut opportunity when Rashford was played in through on goal by Lingard - who then forced Valdes into an incredible reflex save after six minutes.
'He just wants us to be happy. I tried to protect the central defenders in the last part of the game. "I think now it's important for me and the players to be focused". Either way, it's been a while. If all else fails, United must win the Europa League in order to sneak their way into the Champions League next season.
"It is a trophy, it is prestige, it is Europe and it means playing a European Super Cup fixture next year".
"If you were exhausted any time in your life, I was exhausted many times, I know what the body needs", said the Portuguese.
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Pogba was replaced by midfielder Marouane Fellaini two minutes into the second half of United's 1-0 win over Rostov in the Europa League on Thursday.
Manchester United won the game 3-1. "We controlled everything before our second goal and they then changed to play with (Rudy) Gestede and (Alvaro) Negredo", Mourinho said, according to United's website.
The job, reportedly, is Agnew's to lose at the Riverside with chairman Steve Gibson putting faith in him.
Jesse Lingard's relief was palpable after Manchester United finally escaped sixth place.
United have gone through a turbulent transition period since Alex Ferguson retired at the end of their title-winning campaign in 2012-13, with David Moyes and Louis van Gaal having both been sacked for failing to achieve the desired results.