Jose Mourinho saw his Man United side drew 2-2 at Stoke City in the Premier League on Saturday
The Portuguese coach claimed only one team wanted to win
United remain at the top of the table with 10-point
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho said that a 2-2 draw against Stoke on Saturday was a fair result, even though claimed only one team wanted the win.
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting strikes twice for Stoke to secured them a draw, book-ending effort from Marcus Rashord and Romelu Lukaku
United remain at the top of the Premier League table with 10-point and 10 goals and there’re long way to still go for the Red Devils.
“It think it probably is a fair result. Who did not shake hands with his opposite number Mark Hughes after the final whistle. One team wanted to win, another team wanted to draw. Mourinho said.
“They defended a lot and it becoming quite trendy in the Premier League, this way of defending now, but they did well and physically there were very strong and they probably deserved the point.”
However, during Hughes term at Stole City he has been able to secured home wins over Liverpool, Manchester City, Arsenal and Man United.
“I thought we went toe to toe with them. You can mention the amount of finance they can throw at their team but it is what it is, we resources than others and it it how you use them.” Hughes said.
“We will always try and go up against teams, we’ll never just sit back and wait for the inevitable. I thought we asked question from the beginning to the end and not many have done that this year. For the most part United have had the ability and capacity to seep everybody else before them very comfortable.ll
“We were never be in any danger of being overrun or overcome by them and that great credit to us. “