Manchester United went into half time obstructed with their opponent’s last match, but in the next half the Red Devils played a brilliant football and they galvanised them


Last night Manchester United beat their opponent West Ham by 4-1 at their home ground Old Trafford and the special one believes that half time pep talk work as a catalyst for Manchester United.

Last match the Head coach of Manchester United the Jose Mourinho was not with them in the field he was paternoster a one match ban, but still the Red Devils side won the match with flying colours against their opponents and the Frenchman Antonio Martial and Zaltan Ibrahimovic scored two goals each.

In the first half the Red scored a goal and they were dominating the match but still the away team managed to scored a equalizer in the first half thanks to Ashley Fletcher the former Manchester United player scored the goal for West Ham and after that they need some words from their manager and the half time pep talk worked for them.

After the match the special one says: "After their goal we had 10 minutes where we felt it deeply and the players couldn't hide that, because West Ham's first shot they equalised,"

"But in the second half the team again got the confidence to play and to win comfortably and playing beautiful, attacking football, which is something the fans like, but we need results.

"I told them at half-time that it's not possible to play so well and because of a goal you stop playing so well.

"I told them forget the goal. We are playing so well that we have to keep confidence, so forget the undeserved goal. Forget that at half-time we should be winning and we aren't.

"And in the second half we had the goals. Goals plus performance means the real happiness."

Last night the Armenian player Henrikh Mkhitaryan started the match for the Manchester United and at the end he was announced the man of the match.
The Manchester United manager added:

"I'm so happy because he was against a Premier League team with Premier League qualities and Premier League characteristics.

"That showed clearly his evolution because against Feyenoord [in the Europa League] we could think, 'Okay, it's a different profile of football' – this was against a proper and typical Premier League team and Micky could perform in this way.

"We know the reason we brought him and we were waiting for his evolution and it looks like it's coming."