Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho wasn't so pleased to feature in Manchester City's new Amazon Prime documentary "All or Nothing" - a feature that charted the "Cityzen's" Premier League-winning 2017-18 season.
Mourinho said he would not blame individuals, despite admitting his side made "incredible mistakes".
"Maybe we didn't have the attitude to break them, to kill them when we had to kill them and to go through the lines". This was not our intention - it was filming last season.
'I think United fans accepted second previous year because they were behind a City side breaking loads of records. "Mistakes that killed us".
"Lukaku can do it [win games]". Having worked under Louis Van Gaal as an assistant, Giggs held the interim manager position at United as well in 2014, but he would relish the chance to return as the leader for a club he played his whole career at.
Manchester United conceded three goals in a 20-minute span in the first half in a 3-2 loss to Brighton in the English Premier League. I'd rather him be spiky and picking on his opponents than the internal stuff we've seen over the last few weeks where he's getting asked about his relationships with his players, his board. "I can not criticise the desire of my players".More news: "I won’t go" - Eden Hazard confirms Chelsea stay
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His side narrowed the deficit in the 33rd minute when Luke Shaw crossed for Romelu Lukaku to head past Matthew Ryan for his first goal of the season.
Brighton took control in the first half-hour thanks to two goals in the space of 143 seconds, with Murray clipping a delightful finish past David de Gea before Duffy swept home after United failed to clear a corner.
Sanchez may not have shown his best form since moving to Old Trafford but he has the ability to do something special at any moment so Man Utd will be praying he can make a swift recovery and get himself fit to face Tottenham.
After the victory over Leicester, Pogba said he couldn't say how he truly felt for fear of being fined, but that "if you're not happy, you cannot give your best". We didn't do it and we are very disappointed.
However, Brighton scored again through Pascal Gross.