Zlatan Ibrahimovic warned Manchester United he did not come to Old Trafford to "waste time" after another frustrating draw against Everton on Tuesday.
Manchester United's Zlatan Ibrahimovic went on to score from teh penalty spot to take the final score to 1-1.
Luke Shaw played pretty well when he came on for Manchester United, right?
United are now four points behind fourth-place Manchester City with Liverpool a point and a place above them.
"The performance was not very good", said Mourinho.
9 - Man Utd have drawn 9 of their opening 16 home league games - only once have they've drawn more at this stage (10 in 1980/81).
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Many of United's recent setbacks have stemmed from its failure to turn possession and clear-cut chances into goals, but this wasn't one of those occasions.
Before then, though, it had looked as if seventh-placed Everton were about to leapfrog United in the table on goal difference when a rare and deft Phil Jagielka goal gave the visitors a first-half lead.
United were struggling to score even after they were close to it many a time. The clock had ticked into the 94th minute when Ibrahimovic slotted home the penalty.
Young was booked for a rash foul on Miralles and his robust approach appeared to result in an injury, meaning Shaw entered the fray to cheers from the Old Trafford faithful.
"He had a good performance but it was his body with my brain", Mourinho said.
"I would sign immediately for that next year because in the modern Premier League it is really, really hard to do - but we need to score goals to win matches". Things can't get any better for his Leicester counterpart, Craig Shakespeare.
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Arsenal managed to grab their first Premier League win since February, thanks to second-half goals from Ozil, Walcott and Giroud. Going forward we are good but defensively recently we have not been efficient enough".
Substitute Islam Slimani opened the scoring with a 69th-minute header before the revitalised Jamie Vardy smashed in his sixth goal in seven games from Marc Albrighton's pass.
It was another blow for Sunderland, which is in last place and eight points adrift of safety, and the under-fire Moyes.
"We're a bit disappointed with that because, of course, we would have liked to keep the momentum going forward".
Williams made a timely early challenge to thwart Ibrahimovic before Jesse Lingard - preferred to Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Anthony Martial in a wide attacking role by Mourinho - sliced wide from 20 yards in the 13th minute.
At the other end of the table, Sunderland moved closer to what seems nearly inevitable relegation, beaten 2-0 at Leicester City whose new manager Craig Shakespeare could celebrate a fifth successive league win since taking over from Claudio Ranieri. Please support our efforts.
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