28/11/2017 22:25, Report by Adam Higgins
Jose Mourinho feels his Manchester United side could have scored more goals in Tuesday night’s thrilling 4-2 win over Watford.
The Reds survived a late scare to secure a vital three points in an entertaining game at Vicarage Road as Ashley Young scored twice against his former club and Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard were also on target.
Here are the manager’s main comments from his post-match interviews and press conference…
COULD HAVE BEEN SEVEN
“We should have scored seven. We were very dangerous for 90 minutes, I think, and we had a chance to score in the first half and kill the game and we had also a chance at 3-0 to control the game because 3-0 is more than enough to win but we lost concentration and gave them life. We gave them life with the first goal and then we were a couple of minutes with normal fear and pressure of losing the points.”
EASY TO SCORE IN SECOND HALF
“The second half should have been five or six-nil and it was even easier to score goals in the second half than in the first but we missed these chances and this is football. Out of nothing, penalty and 3-1 and then the game is a different one. But it’s a match to win comfortably and in the end at 3-2 the game is in a grey zone and Jesse [Lingard] had that fantastic initiative and killed the game.”
QUALITY GOALS AND GREAT CHANCES
“Great goals and we missed a [chance to make it] 4-0 also in a great…