07/04/2018 21:00, Report by Gemma Thompson

Jose Mourinho was naturally delighted to see his Manchester United side come from two goals down to claim a famous victory in the derby on Saturday.

After City had taken a 2-0 lead at half-time, the Reds staged a storming turnaround as a Paul Pogba double and a brilliantly-taken winner from Chris Smalling secured a stunning 3-2 win.

Here’s what Jose had to say in his post-match interview with Sky Sports...

“I was really sad with their first goal because their first goal came from a corner and that’s the third corner I think they have scored against us from this season. And it was in the moment when the game was completely in control. Then after the second goal it was important for the players to stay confident. Matic, Pogba and Herrera had the ball and we moved the ball and we had more of the ball than normally a team has against Manchester City. So it was just a question of keeping our confidence and bringing the lines up a bit more and pressing a bit higher and waiting for a goal.”

“I gave them the example of many matches when a team is losing 2-0 and can recover so credit to the boys because they believed and they kept their shape and it’s a very important result for us because mathematically I think we need six points to finish in the top four. That objective is the compulsory objective so we…

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