José Mourinho has revived United's winning mentality, says Wayne Rooney

Pablo Tucker
August 30, 2016

Manchester United's English striker Marcus Rashford (C) celebrates scoring his team's second goal during the UEFA Europa League round of 32, second leg football match between Manchester United and and FC Midtjylland at Old Trafford in Manchester, north west England, on February 25, 2016.

And that has been echoed by Rooney, the man who has been in possession of the England captaincy.

People were falling over in the excitement - with United midfielder Marouane Fellaini reportedly rushing to the aid of a female fan who was crushed against the advertising board.

Elsewhere, Arsenal and champions Leicester picked up their first wins of the Premier League season while Tottenham Hotspur came from behind at home to draw 1-1 with Liverpool.

United won the match 1-0, for a third straight victory under coach Jose Mourinho.


"I would prefer him to go to the Under 21s and play what Southgate decides, but I believe 90 or 80 minutes, a big part of matches, and contribute to his development". And he is playing every match, every minute.

A rain-soaked United manager Jose Mourinho gestures during the game.

Keane is said to be keen to complete the move and link up with Phelan, who has urged the owners to strengthen the team as they target survival in the Premier League.

Despite Rashford's heroics in scoring the late victor against Hull, Mourinho tempered expectations by sending out a stark message - he said he would have to be careful about choosing when to put Rashford in his starting line-up.

"I notice there's excitement in the football fans in my country ahead of this new stage and, of course, all of us are looking forward to do well and to enjoy again these few days with the team". "I can take him out".


"No (he isn't better from the bench)", Mourinho said.

"I have to analyse. He's 18-years-old", Mourinho said.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has added a new facet to Manchester United's game since his arrival, according to team-mate Antonio Valencia.

"I have two weeks before the next match, I have to analyse the opponent and see the way my boys are coming back from the global games", Mourinho said.


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