A late equaliser saw Manchester United drawing yet another game in the Premier League against Everton. This means Jose Mourinho side have got just a solitary victory in six league outings, and this of course isn’t making Jose Mourinho happy.
Sweden International Zlatan Ibrahimovic had given United the lead at Merseyside and the Mourinho boys were trying to hold out a 1 goal lead. Mourinho brought on Marouane Fellaini in the 84th minute to help see out the game, but the Belgian only concede a penalty with his first meaningful contribution to the game in the 87th minute. Leighton Baines duly converted to give Everton an equaliser.
Mourinho, commenting about the game, was quoted by The Express:
“I am concerned because we don’t get results we deserve,” “When my teams play matches in a different style what matters is style of football. “When you have teams playing defensive counter attack football they get praise. “It is a problem that our position in the table is not a reflection of our performances. If you tell me in any one of our draws we were more close than our opponents. “This season, what matters is the results not the quality of football.” he added.
In recent weeks, apart from the impressive 3-1 away win at Swansea City, Manchester United are finding it extremely difficult to get maximum points despite the fact that they often dominate games.Coach Jose
Mourinho has introduced a different style of play to the team, different from Louis Van Gaal last season’s approach. Mourinho may soon change strategy so as to get the results his team desperately needs at the moment.