Man Utd boss Mourinho refuses to single out Pogba for Wolves equaliser

Dean Saunders the Wolves manager looks on during the npower Championship match between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Hull City at Molineux

Man Utd boss Mourinho refuses to single out Pogba for Wolves equaliser

"There was big talk from Mourinho before the game", Cunningham told Irish radio station Newstalk.

"I think we are going to be a better team". I said what I had to say last week in Geneva, at a UEFA meeting that we had. We didn't have that. You don't need experiences at the highest level to learn that.

"Unless you are playing in such a weak league where you play against really weak opponents and then playing 20 per cent of potential is enough to win". "I am pleased. Everybody in the stadium saw two very good teams trying to play, go face to face. We are going to play better than we did, so that's what we can do".

"Sanchez plays tomorrow", the Portuguese tactician told United Kingdom newspapers on Friday.

"I can't explain the difference of attitude because I never have a difference of attitude", he added. We won three matches away from home. "We came back with a good spirit, in peace because we recovered", he said.

Boss Jose Mourinho criticised the attitude of his players after the draw, claiming "it is hard to win matches when you are not there". "We were very clear with what we want to achieve and be able to compete against any team in the country". So yes, it's a mental situation.

After a promising performance in midweek against Young Boys it was great to see Fred score his first Manchester United goal.

But it was the Frenchman who was at fault for Wolves' equaliser after half-time when he was caught in possession in midfield in the build-up to Joao Moutinho's strike.

Macari has been left impressed with the quality of football the team from the Black Country have displayed this season and admits that they deserved more than just a 1-0 win over Burnley last weekend.

Brazilian midfielder Fred drove home from the edge of the area after a sublime, one touch, deft short pass from Paul Pogba.

'You know you don't have much of that.

Dalot completed both of his take-on attempts and made six clearances in 90 minutes on the pitch, helping to keep a clean sheet in Switzerland.

"I think this is more the influence of the moment".

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