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Mourinho blasts Man United supporters for booing Lukaku

01 November, 2017, 00:24 | Author: Priscilla Morrison
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"He is a young player who is showing vast progression and significant development", said Vitoria of the 20-year-old, who only made his first senior appearance for Benfica in September.

"After four years, the club isn't in a position to determine how they win the league or have a challenge for the league".

"Tottenham lacked the belief to really go for it because I think it gets into their heads, 'I can't get done on the counter-attack, he'll do me".

United will secure a place in the last 16 if they beat Benfica and CSKA Moscow fail to do likewise against Basel.

"We played well. To play well against a very good team feels even better".

"Ten points would be okay to qualify, but our main aim is to qualify first in the group".

BBC reports that Mexican Jimenez intercepted Eric Bailly's lazy cross-field pass deep inside his own half, but his shot cannoned off the post.




"That little shush was 'be quiet, I'm going to do it my way and we are going to win my way'".

However, he has not scored in his past five appearances and Mourinho has suggested that he is not getting enough support from the fans.

The Red Devils go to Chelsea on Sunday in the league but Mourinho said: "Nobody here thinks about another match than Benfica". It's not one ball or goal that hits the post or one save from the opposition goalkeeper that can make Romelu's contribution below the top level.

"What he does for the team is fantastic", added the United boss.

A section of United fans booed Mourinho's decision to bring off Rashford against Tottenham, but when substitute Martial eventually scored the victor, Mourinho proceeded to make a "shush" gesture toward the TV cameras.

"Every player knows what Romelu is and he's playing well, he's scoring goals and the most important thing is that he carries on doing his job like a good centre-forward".

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