FIFA 17: Manchester united have been misjudged and suffered great losses

2017-02-13 15:22

Manchester united beat West Ham United F.C. by the result of 2:0 and continuously won the matches, and the team has got close to the leading group. The commander in chief José Mourinho felt every satisfied with the situation. And for this controversial refereeing, José Mourinho gave his response. Check out fifa ultimate team coins at fifacoinszone.com now, you can enjoy huge deal.

At an interview with sky sports after the game, mourinho said: "the work finished, I want to congratulate every player on the pitch, because I think the game was hard. For us making some mistakes in the game I am a little disappointed, but this is largely due to fatigue, and it is nothing. We have zero point to the rivals, thanks to a fine save from David de Gea to stop the shooting of Antonio. In the second half we need to move the ball to create space, so I arranged Juan Mata and Marcus Rashford on the pitch. I have to arrange them playing starts today, but let them play as substitute, the effect are better".


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When it comes to that piece of this dispute red card, Mourinho said, I have nothing to say, as I was too far away from the incident place, and also did not see the TV playback. I did not feel sorry for West Ham United F.C. I think if you'd like to talk about a controversial refereeing, we are a champion that has suffered the controversial refereeing. Throughout the some of the decisions at first half I have to learn from it, because there are too many mistakes, ibrahimovic disallowed goals, clear penalty against crystal palace are false negatively, and so on. "


Mourinho said continuously: “"I feel that we can win in the next, we do not pursue record, what we want is a good performance and score. We know that Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur F.C. will lose points, just like today's Liverpool or Manchester city last week. We played well this season, but there are too much draws. Now we take nearly full 18 points in six matches, this is what we need."