Mourinho accuses officials of hypocrisy after Klopp claims

Mourinho accuses officials of hypocrisy after Klopp claims

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho raged that other Premier League managers receive preferential treatment from officials after his side played out a goalless draw with Hull and failed to close the gap on teams now occupying a Champions League place. "It would have been nice to win because the other teams lost some points and we would have come closer to, let's say, the top four".

Two players, Memphis Depay and Morgan Schneiderlin, have moved on from Manchester United, a factor which led Mourinho to insist ahead of the visit of Hull that nobody else would be heading out before the end of the season.

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And after his own side dropped more points at home, Mourinho claimed he is treated "differently" to Klopp and other managers.

United's draws, against Stoke, Burnley, Arsenal, West Ham, Liverpool and Hull, are the primary reason for Mourinho failing to make the top four.

Mourinho would then take part in an interview with BBC Sport, which he ended abruptly after just over a minute. We had a very good performance. "Do not ask me questions I can not answer".

Mourinho explained his frustration at referee Mike Jones. I know what I want.

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He told BBC Sport: 'I did not see any chances where it was hard for the goalkeeper.

United have been playing some of their best football since Sir Alex Ferguson departed and are once again showing signs of becoming the dominant force they were under the legendary Scot. "We had great chances to score and we should have won".

The Portuguese tactician brought in the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford and David de Sea into the side after giving them a rest for the FA Cup win over Wigan on the weekend.

"I'm not critical of the opposition because they are fighting for their lives". "I was forbidden to go to the stadium".

A draw against bottom of the table Hull was poor - not that the visiting players saw it that way as they boarded their team coach. "They had feedback and they were comfortable then to do what they did".

"The team showed good character, which is important for me, and I am happy".

The Red Devils struggled for fluency throughout against Marco Silva's side and the result could have been worse for them if a superb effort from Lazar Markovic late on had not caught the post. Sometimes you have to suffer in moments but we have to play as a team.