Paul Scholes praises Marcus Rashford's 'fight' in Manchester United's draw with Valencia

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And he admits he did not expect Jose Mourinho to still be in charge after Saturday's result.

Valencia lost 2-0 to 10-man Juventus in their opening fixture.

United took 75 minutes to make the three-mile journey from the Lowry Hotel to the stadium, setting off a 6pm and arriving at 7.15pm due to horrendous congestion in Manchester.

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"I'm pleased with the effort, the commitment, the improvement [after West Ham], but I'm not pleased of course with the result which is not a good result but is not a bad result".

The late arrival of Manchester United's team bus for this game was not a major issue, but it did delay kickoff by five minutes and was one of those little mishaps that sum the club up right now.

"I think you have had enough, so I prefer just to say when last season we finish second, runners-up in the FA Cup, we won our group in the Champions League, I said it was a fantastic season and I knew why I was saying that".

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One of Mourinho's fiercest critics has proved to be Paul Scholes, who said on BT Sport before the game that Mourinho was embarrassing the club and was lucky not to have been sacked already.

But last season's relative successes can not mask this season's problems, with United great Paul Scholes labelling him "embarrassing" before the game.

Perhaps his local roots and the fact he grew up as a United fan makes a difference, but whatever it is, Rashford looks like he cares more and hurts more when things go against the team. I'm not interested. Honestly, I'm not interested. "He has freedom of speech just like anyone else, just like the fans who were chanting "attack, attack" in the second half".

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Mourinho has had a public bust-up with Pogba with the two at loggerheads at Old Trafford.

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