Manchester United manager Mourinho has said that the reason for introducing Marouane Fellaini was an "obvious" one despite the midfielder's clumsy challenge leading to Everton's equalizer. Mourinho also felt that his team is unable to get the wins they deserve for playing good football.
Manchester United looked destined for a 1-0 win at Goodison Park on Sunday, following Zlatan
"Everton is not a passing team
"When you have on the bench a player with two metres [in height] you play the player in front of the defensive line to help the team to win the match," Mourinho explained his decision to replace Henrikh Mkhitaryan with Fellaini.
The Portuguese also
"We are not getting the results we deserve," he said. "We are getting draws but deserving victory.
The 53-year old then went on to
"When my teams are playing pragmatic football and winning matches and winning titles you say that is not nice and not right. Then my team play very well - and is a huge change to the last two or three years [at United] - now you say what matters is to get the result no matter what.
"In this moment we have teams getting results that defend with 11,
Mourinho was in no mood to discuss controversial incidents at Goodison Park after Marcos Rojo escaped a red card for a studs-on challenge on Idrissa Gueye. Asked if the challenge could easily have led to the Argentine being sent off, the Portuguese twice answered: "I didn't see it."
When asked about the decision on Everton's penalty, he said: "No thoughts. No comment. We were the best team on the pitch by far and it is a result that doesn't reflect the difference