However, with City seemingly just a few weeks away from sealing the title and having already booked their place in the Champions League quarter-finals, the pressure is on United to join them in Friday's draw when they host Sevilla on Tuesday.
"They didn't use some chances also but, in the end, the most important thing is three points".
"He arrived to train a couple of days ago and made himself available".
Their goal came from a mistake by United defender Eric Bailly when he put the ball into his own net when attempting to make a clearance from a cross. Fellaini in fact played for nearly half an hour, including six minutes of injury time, after replacing goalscorer Marcus Rashford in the 69th minute.
Mourinho played Sanchez in a central role on Saturday with Romelu Lukaku but it was the former Everton man doing all the good work.
"I don't know", Mourinho said when asked about Pogba's availability.
Manchester United had the flawless start against Liverpool at Old Trafford with Marcus Rashford's double putting the Red Devils 2-0 up at half-time. He's very young, he needs games, but he's so talented.
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It looked as if Colson and Farrell were going to finish their college careers by missing the NCAA Tournament for the first time . There isn't a single player in college basketball that shoots contested and open mid-range shots as effectively as Colson.
Loris Karius has claimed that Liverpool have no one but themselves to blame after a poor first half cost them in Saturday's Premier League 2-1 defeat at Manchester United. United showed big improvements in these last matches against Liverpool and Chelsea.
"If people don't think we deserved it, I don't care", Mourinho said after United defeated rivals Liverpool 2-1 on Saturday despite enjoying just 32 percent possession.
Alexander-Arnold endured a particularly hard afternoon, with the right-back exploited by Rashford for both of his goals after Dejan Lovren was beaten in the air by Romelu Lukaku.
There was as much action in the stands as on the field at West Ham, where home fans invaded the field on two separate occasions to confront players and gathered below the directors' box to force the club's owners to be escorted out in the second half of the 3-0 loss to Burnley.
"But my experiences of the past I understand that's part of the game".
'I think Martin Atkinson (the fourth official) after so many years of this, I think made the right decision.
Liverpool legends Jamie Carragher and Graeme Souness both picked up on Alexander-Arnold's mistakes during their analysis in TV coverage of the game. It is just the all-round game is starting to become more clear.