Mourinho hits out at Manchester United Superstar after Burnley win

Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho

Tempers flare between Burnley's Phil Bardsley and Manchester United's Marcus Rashford, who moments later was sent off for headbutting the Clarets defender during Sunday's English Premier League match at Turf Moor. Mourinho further said, "It was a kid and a very experienced man. Bardsley's been in the game for 20 years and Marcus is a naive boy".

"We have the mentality, but it needs to come out a bit more", Lukaku told the club's website.

Matic, whose team are 10th in the table after winning two of their opening four games, said Mourinho was doing what was best for his players.

"They say I'm in danger, but I don't think so".

Turning his attentions to the players at Old Trafford, Schmeichel's passionate interview heralded some of the stars at the club and the former Danish worldwide said: "We've got players in the squad that are inspirational - you want to go to Old Trafford and see these players - it just all has to come together and it takes time, so I am OK".

"The passion, spirit, intensity and energy that comes from the fans is the engine that drives football. You struggle along with us when we lose and celebrate with us when we win, just like yesterday".

Jose Mourinho has suggested the size of the pay-off he would be entitled to will shield him from the sack at Manchester United.

"We knew that this was a must-win game and the fans played with us".

'The [Europa League] stuff has really run in to us and we need to hit the refresh button.

Fellaini was one of three changes at Burnley and Mourinho said the imposing midfielder played a "fundamental" role.

"I keep saying, for me, it's not important, it's nice, of course, it's nice, but it's not important because they support the team", the 55-year-old added.

He burst onto the scene in style in 2016 but things haven't kicked on as many would have imagined.

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