United must show winning mentality, says Lukaku

Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward and manager Jose Mourinho

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Manchester United came racing out of the blocks at Turf Moor in an effort to avoid three consecutive defeats and relieve the pressure on Jose Mourinho, who prior to this game had been installed as the favourite in the Premier League sack race.

"I am delighted, though some of you must be disappointed". "But I think some of you must be disappointed". "We lose at home, if the fans react bad, the team loses confidence, the team feels pressure and the next match is more hard, [but] we lost at home, the fans were fantastic and understood the performance was good". "The manager doesn't play".

Their 3-0 home defeat to Spurs mounted loads of pressure on the manager Jose Mourinho and vice chairman Ed Woodward. He also said he had not read the newspapers.

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The closing stages should have seen Lukaku claim a hattrick, as he twice missed one-on-ones when clean through on Joe Hart, but not even those errors could reduce Mourinho's appreciation for the burly forward's efforts.

"We are progressing, we've had a really tough awakening since Sir Alex and [former chief executive] David Gill left at the same time". Mourinho walked in front of the remaining fans in the Stretford End and applauded them for staying right until the final whistle. "Apart from Marcus Rashford's sending-off, I didn't see an ounce of unprofessionalism".

"In the match I'm not looking at the sky, unless I'm asking for the guy to give me help!" joked Mourinho. "He won 2-0".

"I know what I have to do", the Belgian added.

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Occasionally, he responded with a wave. In fact, Rojo could be in line for selection for the game against Burnley too.

"We will work together and get the right things done".

"He played very well for us, scored two important goals", said Mourinho.

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"You are killing me", he laughed. I would say it was naive.

"He is one of those players who love to remain involved in the game".

"After Liverpool they have probably spent more than anyone this summer", he said.

Speaking to ManUtd.com, Mourinho said: "The pace with the ball and the organisation without the ball [was very good]".

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