Mourinho takes blame for Man United's derby defeat

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On the opposite, Manchester City invested in youth talent recruiting Stones and Sané along side Gabriel Jesus from Brazil, as well as signing Pep Guardiola to coach, who is discovering English benches and style of play.

"But I did at half-time, we changed the direction of the game but we didn't get the compensation I think we deserved in the second half".

"He [Rashford] is going to play is the only thing I can say", Mourinho told United's official website. "He gave us in the second half what we needed but didn't get from Miki or Jesse in the first half".

Marcus Rashford is set to be handed his first start of the season for Manchester United in Thursday's Europa League tie away to Feyenoord.

"It was not just about them [Mkhitaryan and Lingard]". "I like goalkeepers to play in front and after that [Ibrahimovic] goal, he continued playing in our build-up, playing long balls and coming out to pick it up".

"I've received many goals from Mourinho's teams on the counter-attack because his teams are really good in that part of the game", he said.

"We have to be balanced in our analysis. What I told them at half-time was: 'For some of you, it looks like you are trying to do what I told you not to do'".

"You never know the way players are going to react, especially when you don't know them so well". Meanwhile, Ander Herrera joined Rashford in promoting his claims for a return to the starting line-up with an excellent display in the 2-1 defeat.

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The hosts paid dearly for allowing City to control the game as Mourinho's men did not engage their opponents until they crossed the halfway line. Some of the guys, they felt it.

"In here (in the press conference), we will be speaking about a completely different story". In slightly pointed fashion.

But they could not find a leveller, while the excellent De Bruyne - whom Guardiola said "played an unbelievable, fantastic game" - hit a post again with around 15 minutes to go.

"Sometimes (mistakes) happen and the player thinks it's my fault", Guardiola said.

"It is my fault because I am the manager and it was my choice".

'It was a penalty and a red card for (Claudio) Bravo.

Mourinho also said referee Mark Clattenburg should have awarded penalties for an incident in which Bravo took down Rooney and an alleged handball by City centre-back Nicolas Otamendi.

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