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Manchester City title win not the end of the world- Mourinho

Manchester City title win not the end of the world- Mourinho

Football News: Manchester United boss highlighted to his memorable victory in 2005-06 over his current employers as an example how this game goes on after losing out against your counterpart sometimes.

Manchester United News: Manchester City’s EPL win does not end of the world for Manchester United.

The special one believes that their city rivals winning the title against them are not a big deal as he as a manager achieved that same thing when he was with Chelsea against Manchester United.

Right in this season just only seven games to go and Manchester City is leading against United by 16 points in the table, they know a win against United in their backyard on this Saturday would defiantly give them the EPL silverware for this season.

"I always try to play every match with the same mentality and responsibility and not try to make a derby a special match."

You can read all the key quotes from today's press conference right here 👉 https://t.co/B7OGNkCuO7 pic.twitter.com/voLMxSvV8m

— Manchester United (@ManUtd) April 6, 2018

But few questions asked to the special one if he would play all-out attack against Manchester City to spoil their party, but the Manchester United boss is unconcerned about that and he downplayed the match’s significance.

Mourinho voiced: “I won the title at Chelsea against United,”

“We beat United 3-0 and we won the title, at Stamford Bridge, in 2005-06. It was not the end of the world, Manchester United didn't finish. It was just football.

The only thing I can say is that we want to win. We don't want to offer them the game. We want to go there, we want to compete and win the match if possible.”

Regardless about the of the Saturday’s clash against their city rivals Manchester United want to finish their season on the second position of the table, Manchester United gaffer talked about the mixed performance that the Red Devils have in this season.

He added: "We have more points than last season [after 31 games, 68 to 61], more goals scored [60 to 46], less goals conceded [23 to 24],”

“But City made it impossible for the others. So congratulations for the great Premier League season they are doing.

“And the moment they become champions, which will be sooner rather than later, I will react the same way other people reacted when I won three titles in this country."

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