JOSE MOURINHO has claimed he is being ‘manhunted’ following his side’s 3-2 win over Newcastle
His side overcame Rafa Benitez’s side thanks to Alexis Sanchez’s late header in the 90th minute.
Kenedy and Yoshinori Muto put the Magpies ahead inside the first 10 minutes, much to the shock of a packed-out Old Trafford crowd.
But with 20 minutes left on the clock, Juan Mata’s free-kick offered a way back for the Red Devils, before Anthony Martial fired the home side level five minutes later.
And speaking after the game, he launched the tirade, claiming the ‘manhunt’ was beginning to affect his players.
“I am 55 years old. It is the first time I see man-hunting”
He told BT Sport: “Not substitutions, it is mentality it is desire, it is commitment.
“As I used to say nobody is important, only the club.
“It is not about me or the players. It is about the club.
“In the second half the players gave absolutely everything, they had nothing more to give.
“I am 55 years old. It is the first time I see man-hunting.
“I can cope with it. I can live with it.
“Some of the boys, in spite of them not being the man that is hunted, they are not coping well with it.
“The way we started game they were panicking. Every ball into the box, even in some moments I thought we could score in our own goal.”