Man United, Mourinho's frustrations continue with 0-0 draw vs. Valencia

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United are now without a win at Old Trafford in all competitions since the opening day of the season against Leicester.

Scholes was working as a pundit for United's Champions League clash at home to Valencia tonight.

Mourinho last went at least three games without a home in 2013-14, when his Chelsea side lost consecutive games to Sunderland and Atletico Madrid before drawing 0-0 with Norwich.

The 3-1 defeat to West Ham on Saturday has swelled the pressure on Jose Mourinho who also has Pogba's troubles to deal with but a game against an opponent who have won once in 8 previous meetings should be enough confidence for Manchester to crawl their way out of the crisis.

If they fail to win either of those, United could face a final-game trip to Valencia needing a result to qualify.

Kick-off was delayed by five minutes as United were held up by traffic that meant Mourinho's men didn't arrive at the stadium until less than 45 minutes ahead of the planned 8pm (1900GMT) start time.

This a hugely talented but underperforming Manchester United squad, and Mourinho has to take responsibility for the failure of many of his players to perform anywhere close to their potential.

'They tried, ' said Mourinho, when asked about his team's performance.

Shaw has endured a torrid time at United under the Portuguese coach, but this season has finally seem him nail down a regular starting spot at left-back and he is playing on merit. He gives United more penetration than others players and a higher intensity.

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