Manchester United manager slams Real Madrid
Manchester United (MU) manager Jose Mourinho has condemned Real Madrid’s decision to play a second-half coach when both teams meet in the 2017 International Champions Cup. The Portuguese coach has strongly criticized his former club’s decision.
As released official site MU, Mourinho considers the decision of Real Madrid related to the selection of players in the second half to make him disappointed. He represents foster children who did not expect to fail to meet with the main team of Real Madrid in the second half.
Manchester United beat Real Madrid on penalties in the International Champions Cup (ICC) 2017 final match, at Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, Sunday (23/7/2017) or Monday (07/24/2017). Both teams competed tos-tosan after a 1-1 draw at normal time.
Manchester United went ahead through Jese Lingard in a minute of first-half injury time. Real Madrid equalize via Casemiro’s penalty in the 69th minute.
In the second half, Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane lowered second-tier players. Zidane gave the chance to players like Manu, Luis Quezada, Tejero, right-back Achraf Hakimi, Oscar midfielder Mateo Kovacic, Dani Gómez bomber, Franchu and newer player, Theo Hernández.
The decision received criticism from Jose Mourinho. “I think we are losing the motivation to play with their young players, we lose the intensity of my second-half troops who are disappointed to fail to face the team with the best players from a great team,” The Special One said.
Real Madrid’s camp did not respond to ‘chatter’ Jose Mourinho. Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane admits he is happy with the performances of his foster children, especially the ranks of young players in the second half. “The result is not too important, we finished the game well,” said Zidane.
Source: ManUtd, Real Madrid