- Man United came back from two goals down to outshine Newcastle United in their Premier League encounter at Old Trafford
- Mata, Martial and Sanchez saved the Red Devils blushes in the game as they clinch maximum points in the game
- Jose Mourinho believes the British media are all out to blame him for all of United's woes
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has lashed out at the British media for always blaming him for his side's woes.
The Red Devils came back from two goals to beat visiting Newcastle United in their Premier League encounter at Old Trafford on Saturnday, October 6.
Having suffered a 2-0 defeat in the first half of the game, United turned the result in their favour in the second half as Juan Mata, Anrhony Martial and Alexis Sanchez scoring a goal each to cancel Kennedy and Yoshinori Muto early goals.
While reacting to his side's dramatic come back in the game, Mourinho accused the media of putting all the blames of the club on him according to TalkSport.
“I go to London tonight, if it rains in London tomorrow, it’s my fault. If there is a problem with Brexit, it’s my fault,” Mourinho said.
“It is not easy for them [the players]. For me it is not easy too but I think life is made of experiences. Some are new and some are deja vu.
“This is new, it makes me not just a better manager but even a better person. I understand things in the human nature nowadays and in the industry where I work, I used to love it, I still love it is but it is different.
“There is too much wickedness in something that should be beautiful. I cope with it with some sadness. I am a mature I am a big boy and I will deal with it.
“Not substitutions, it is mentality it is desire, it is commitment. As I used to say nobody is important, only the club.
"It is not about me or the players. It is about the club. In the second half the players gave absolutely everything, they had nothing more to give.
“I am 55 years old. It is the first time I see manhunting. I can cope with it. I can live with it.
"Some of the boys, in spite of them not being the man that is hunted, they are not coping well with it.
"The way we started game they were panicking. Every ball into the box, even in some moments I thought we could score in our own goal.”
Legit.ng previously reported that Manchester United came back from two goals down to beat Newcastle United 3-2 at Old Trafford on Saturday, October 6.
Goals from Juan Mata, Anthony Martial and Alexis Sanchez handed the Red Devils their first win since they defeated Watford in mid-September.
Jose Mourinho's men are eighth on the table and will travel to Stamford Bridge to battle high flying Chelsea.
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