Manchester United boss Mourinho accuses Manchester City of being disrespectful over documentary

Rex Christensen
August 19, 2018

For the first time in almost two years, Mourinho's men conceded more than twice with all three Brighton goals arriving before half-time through Glenn Murray, Shane Duffy and a Pascal Gross penalty.

Mourinho will hope turning attention on City's morals will help unify his club after a hard start in which United failed to sign a defender and captain Paul Pogba said he'd be fined if he spoke about how he felt.

Club record signing Alireza Jahanbakhsh is all set to make his home debut and will be charged with finding the back of the net for the Seagulls.

That's because, as the teams walked out, fans did as they were told and threw loads of confetti into the air and onto the pitch. Lukaku could be in line for a start leading the line in Brighton.

Murray's impressive goal was added to two minutes later by Duffy, who was left in enough space to take two touches in front of goal after United failed to clear a corner, the second of which ended with the ball fizzing past De Gea.

After Manchester United romped home against Leicester, they will next face Brighton this Sunday.

Knockaert was brought down 25 yards out, getting up to curl the free kick over the bar, but three minutes from the break Brighton had a penalty when Eric Bailly fouled Gross as he broke through - and the Brighton man blasted the kick in off De Gea.

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This is a trend that follows Jose Mourinho wherever he goes.

But the defence that had struggled so badly in the first half remained unchanged and both March and Davy Propper were within a whisker of winning the ball back as Bailly dawdled near his own area.

First-half goals from Glenn Murray, Shane Duffy and Pascal Gross gave the hosts a third league win in a row against the Red Devils on home soil, a run that stretches back to 1982.

More than once, Mourinho press conferences are included, created to make him manager look foolish.

Not until the final 15 minutes did United finally step things up slightly, in fact, coming close through a well-hit Pogba shot that Ryan was equal to down low.

Hughton made a late change, taking off Gross and replacing him with Beram Kayal and then replacing Murray with Jurgen Locadia.

Despite suggesting he is unhappy at Old Trafford after scoring in last weekend's 2-1 win over Leicester, Paul Pogba was again handed the captain's armband by Mourinho.

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