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We don't fear Manchester United anymore - Francis

04 November 2018

Mourinho's second half changes shifted he course of the game as Ander Herrera made an impact from the bench and Rashford scored the victor after he replaced Juan Mata after 56 minutes.

Mourinho was furious with his team's performance in the first half and let loose on his players at half-time. After ten games last season, the Cherries had just seven points, 12 fewer than their current total after ten, and they're not just outscoring their opponents, they're also conceding fewer. When a young player is good, he's good, end of!

All the physical and technical attributes needed, but seems to lack game intelligence, a young Theo Walcott basically. The midfielder has started only one Premier League game this season - and that was on the right side of a back three against Tottenham in August.

Marcus Rashford scored a victor in the second half stoppage time.

Slipshod Fulham were made light work of last weekend, thanks to a Callum Wilson double and one from David Brooks in a 3-0 victory at Craven Cottage.

Is gradually improving, but still nowhere near good enough.

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However, they may miss out on Conte as the Italian is being eyed up by Real Madrid and AC Milan - who are both experiencing problematic seasons too.

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Apart from one excellent through ball to Martial, the diminutive playmaker struggled to impact the game as much as he has in recent weeks.

"We knew it would be a different game in the second half and full credit to them for sticking in the game". But the sight of Juan Mata and Paul Pogba wandering forward only to get caught out by Lewis Cook's reverse pass in behind them was alarming - and it was not the only example of lackadaisical play.

Mourinho is continuing to offer public support to Romelu Lukaku, who was restricted to a substitute's appearance against Everton, having failed to score for United since September 15.

United fans were particularly impressed with the energy and movement he brought to the team up front.

We don't fear Manchester United anymore - Francis