Manchester United’s coach, Jose Mourinho, seems contended with their stalemate against Valencia yesterday at Old Trafford. The enigmatic coach whose team, Manchester United, has been struggling for results recently drew another blank yesterday and their Portuguese seems pleased.
He made the revelation while fielding questions from journalists at the end of the match where he conceded that the stalemate was a good result. He added that both Valencia and the Reds devil would beat Young Boys home and away then the second place spot would be contested by Valencia and Manchester United when they meet in the second leg at the Mestalla stadium.
See what he said below:
“It’s not a good result but not a bad result. Normally, Valencia will be with seven points after the fourth fixture. I believe they are going to get six points against Young Boys. So they will have seven and we have two matches with Juventus to make points and, the last match, we will probably go there [the Mestalla] to decide but it’s a very difficult group.”