Ronald Koeman slams Jose Mourinho after comments following Old Trafford defeat

Ruben Ruiz
September 19, 2017

United moved level with rivals Manchester City at the summit - the two teams' records being identical after five games - by producing a late flurry to push the Toffees aside at Old Trafford on Sunday.

It took United until the 83rd minute to get the second when Lukaku collected a misplaced pass from Ashley Williams and set up Henrikh Mkhitaryan. If you don't like that pressure, please stop - that counts for the players and the manager.

When asked what he considered to be a realistic target, the Dutchman said: "The same as last season".

"I wasn't as big a fan of Man United as I had been, so I had to sort of put that to one side and just think rationally about what would be best for me as a footballer".

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In 105 league matches the Portuguese has managed at home on a Sunday for Porto, Chelsea, Inter, Real Madrid and Manchester United, he has never lost a single game. That goal gave us more confidence and tranquility. I would like to play against one of the top five in the first period of the season.

"The first goal was fantastic, a great shot and finish". It's really hard, as a manager you try to help and support them but when the whistle starts, it's all about you and your teammates. "I am really realistic about what we can achieve for this season".

Ronald Koeman says he is pleased by what he saw from his Everton team despite a 4-0 loss to Manchester United.

The right back is someone who has grown in to his role at the club and was a key man in the win over Everton, scoring a brilliant goal and doing all his defensive jobs well. I thought about Tottenham, Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool - they didn't win their matches and it was a chance for us to get two points, like they got last week when we drew against Stoke. 'It's a muscular injury in the hamstring but we have a normal procedure and wait a few more days, so it's completely nonsense information, ' he said.

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