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Mourinho mocks 'worst manager' De Boer over Rashford use

13 March 2018

Manchester United star Marcus Rashford insists that he doesn't expect Jose Mourinho to explain his prolonged absence from the squad.

"Perfect result. I wouldn't go so far as saying it was a ideal performance".

Aldridge was reflecting on United's 2-1 win over Liverpool on Sunday.

After the academy product's performance vs Liverpool it will surely be easier for the Portuguese manager to include his player in more matches.

The Merseyside outfit had won their last four games in all competitions following victories over Huddersfield, West Ham, Porto and Newcastle. They left it looking rather shakier.

"Probably you are not expecting my answer - I'm happy with the decision", Mourinho told United Kingdom newspapers. "But you can't cross the line and come on the pitch", West Ham manager David Moyes said.

Liverpool need to bounce back when they host Watford on Saturday.

Liverpool entered Saturday's match against Manchester United as the Premier League's in-form side, having outperformed Manchester City in 2018 and looking likely to finish next best to them in the final table.

In training is where I'm doing most of my learning.

"You have to give the guy some credit for getting footballers to sing from his hymn sheet, with the structure he puts into a team making it tough to break them down and he tends to have a couple of creative players who can make the most of a chance when it comes their way".

After all the discussion of whether Rashford is fading away under Mourinho at Man United, the Special One threw him a start against Liverpool and he kindly paid him back with a brilliant brace to win the staunch rivalry.

"Jurgen Klopp claimed the referee cost Liverpool a point at Old Trafford, but I wouldn't agree with him on this occasion", Aldridge told the Irish Independent.

West Bromwich Albion's woes continued as they slipped to a 4-1 home defeat by Leicester City.

Swansea City, who had Jordan Ayew sent off in the 11th minute, held Huddersfield Town to a 0-0 draw at the John Smith's Stadium while Wayne Rooney's penalty miss mattered little as Everton beat Brighton and Hove Albion 2-0 at Goodison Park.

Mourinho mocks 'worst manager' De Boer over Rashford use