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    Emre Can puts Liverpool up two again with precise strike

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  • VIDEO: Mourinho again harps on Manchester United performance despite result
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    VIDEO: Mourinho again harps on Manchester United performance despite result

    The third straight 1-1 draw for Manchester United has left Jose Mourinho little more than a broken record. Everton scored on a late penalty to even things up, and it gave the Portuguese manager even more fodder for his tiresome narrative. “We were the best team by far,” Mourinho said. “But we didn’t win. We had chances for 2-0, we had the ball off the post, and then we concede a goal in the last minute.” When asked if his team dropped off at the end, he rejected that notion, and instead decided to lament a perceived double standard among fans and the media. Mourinho feels the focus is always on a negative, whether that is the result or the performance. “When my team wins matches playing a different