Shortly after Matt Ritchie had slotted home what would turn out to be Newcastle United's victor, Jose Mourinho replaced Paul Pogba and asked his Manchester United side to chase the game without their most expensive signing.
Mourinho was happy to praise the home side for the performance, though, rather than criticise his own players for a hugely disappointing display.
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"If I were managing him I'd let him off the lead, play him on the left of a midfield three and in areas where he could break forward and do damage, but when Manchester United don't have the ball he doesn't fully understand the game as a midfield player".
Asked if Pogba was injured, Mourinho replied on Sky Sports: "No, no problems".
"The gods of football were on their side".
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"But because we couldn't do that, I am really pleased to do it today". They must have the best feeling of all, sometimes a better feeling than when you play fantastically well and are better than the opponent.
It was Newcastle's most impressive win of the season and moved them two points clear of the relegation zone. "Newcastle gave what they have and what they don't have, that's a attractive thing in football".
"We made a defensive mistake and when they are in front they had only one thing in mind and gave their lives to keep a clean sheet".
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Souness described Pogba as playing " like a schoolboy running after the ball in the playground " in a newspaper column, a week after the France global was dropped to the bench for a 2-0 win over Huddersfield Town. "I wanted a better way [in midfield] against a side that was defending in a block".