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Mourinho tears Mkhitaryan to pieces after Manchester United’s defeat

Jose Mourinho has blasted Henrikh Mkhitaryan in the wake of Manchester United’s defeat to Fenerbahce.

Mourinho tears Mkhitaryan to pieces after Manchester United's defeat

The £26 million summer signing from Borussia Dortmund made his long-awaited comeback on Thursday evening as United slipped to a 2-1 loss in Turkey.

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Before coming on as a second-half substitute against Fenerbahce, Mkhitaryan hadn’t featured for United since he was brought off at half-time in the 2-1 defeat to Manchester City on September 10.

And Mourinho admits he’s unhappy with the midfielder’s current levels of effort at Old Trafford.

‘He has to do more. It’s as simple as that,’ Mourinho said after the match.

‘We have big expectations at this club, lots of players for these positions and he has to play better than [Juan] Mata, [Jesse] Lingard, [Anthony] Martial… he has to play better than them. It’s as simple as that.

‘Every manager wants to win matches, every manager in the world wants to play the players that he thinks can help the team more, and I’m no different.’

2 Comments on Mourinho tears Mkhitaryan to pieces after Manchester United’s defeat

  1. Lol… oga don vex

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  2. Mourinho has simply developed a kind of prejudice for this guy and it seems there is nothing the guy could do to dispel such impression from Mourinho
    After all this is the same guy that shown like a star at Dortmund
    He should just look for another club to revive his career

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