Europa League: Mourinho ‘Unhappy’ Despite Victory In Spain
Manchester United Coach Jose Mourinho has declared that he is not particularly happy with his side’s away win in their first leg Europa League semifinal tie against Celta Vigo.
The Portuguese gaffer was however quick to state that he was pleased with Manchester United's performance in their 1-0 win over Celta Vigo
The Red Devils claimed a slender advantage in their Europa League semi-final tie after Thursday's first leg in Spain, courtesy of a Marcus Rashford free kick.
However, the Portuguese coach feels that Man United should have been able to make more from their five shots on target and put the tie beyond doubt ahead of the return leg next Thursday.
Mourinho told BBC Sports after the game: "I am very pleased with the performance but not with the result. At half time we should have been three or at least two but the result is open.
"We played well enough to have result closed but we have to go and play at Old Trafford. Let's hope Old Trafford wants us to win because when Old Trafford wants it, we win."
The final of the Europa League takes place in Stockholm on May 24, with Lyon and Ajax contesting the other semi-final tie.