'Qualification is a success' - Jose Mourinho
Speaking in his post match interview, Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho said, "To qualify in the group is a success, never a failure. To finished second of the group is always a success," the Manchester United manager said.
"I don't think the draw, finishing first or second, apart from a couple of clubs who are clearly much better than the others, I don't think the draw will be significantly different."
Mourinho also admitted he "did not learn anything at all" from last night's defeat by Valencia.
"I think to qualify in this group is a success, never a failure. To finish second in this group is always a success," he said.
"Before the game I told the players if we win and Juve win, we did our job. If we don't win and Juve don't win, we can blame ourselves
"Apart from a couple of clubs that are clearly much better than the others, I don't think the draw will be significantly different.
"There are teams who finish second that the ones that finish first will not be happy to play against."
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My view: This current Manchester United team are incompetent and unwatchable. I enjoyed the Manchester City game, where real football was played. Pogba is probably Man-U's most overrated player ever, he is awful. Mourinho needs to be sacked, he hasn't improved any player and his side are going backwards & getting worse weekly.