José Mourinho was unimpressed by Manchester United’s attitude after going 2-0 up against FC Basel in the UEFA Champions League, despite the Reds going onto grab a third goal on Tuesday night.
Marouane Fellaini gave Man United a first half lead and Romelu Lukaku doubled the Reds’ advantage shortly after half-time.
Marcus Rashford scored on his Champions League debut to make it a comfortable victory for United, but in spite of the eventual result, Mourinho told BT Sport of his displeasure with his players’ “PlayStation football” in the second half.
“Until 2-0, we were very stable, we played with confidence,” Mourinho said.
“After 2-0 everything changed, we stopped playing seriously and stopped making right decisions. We could have put ourselves...
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