EPL: Mourinho reacts to Man City winning title, blasts Man United players

Premier League Jose Mourinho Slams Manchester United As They Hand Title To Manchester City

Jose Mourinho lambasted Manchester United after a shock 0-1 loss to West Brom

Not for the first time this season at Old Trafford United started sluggishly and could have been a goal down after 12 minutes.

After starting the title party with his Mancunian wife and his United-supporting father-in-law, City captain Vincent Kompany joined team-mates to raise a glass to their success. "Champions! What a great feeling! So happy to be able to share another trophy with our awesome fans!"

Mourinho also believed that some of his players were guilty of complacency after their stirring comeback in the Manchester derby the previous weekend.

"Probably because I won eight championships I was not on the moon with the victory against them because that doesn't make me feel super-happy".

Jose Mourinho has told Paul Pogba to "pull up his socks" in training to realise his potential at Manchester United. I understand how to win.

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"I have lots of experience because I won eight titles and I was not over the moon. but I saw lots of people who were on the moon". Bailly, who was 24 last Tuesday, played against City in the stunning 3-2 win at the Etihad Stadium but his place against Albion goes to Victor Lindelof. 'We were deservedly punished, ' he said.

United's loss at Old Trafford meant that City were crowned Premier League champions, as they are now 16 points clear of Mourinho's side with only five games remaining. An awesome journey to get here! The goalkeeper has shown that he possesses the quality to play in the top flight, making four saves to deny Manchester United a point.

Speaking to Sky Sports after the match, the United boss did not hold back in his criticism of his players, saying: "We were masters in complication".

"The mental level, the day by day, everything must be consistent until the last day so one of the things we have to improve is consistency".

And while Walker admits to wanting Liverpool to win the competition, he is gutted City will not get the chance.

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"We're all winners and we want to win and in those games unfortunately we didn't".

Few expected it to happen on Sunday.

It was always a matter of when rather than if City would be champions after they led the way for most of the season.

"The first time you think you are going to win all of them and the first time you lose it you think you are never going to win it again".

However, the United manager also gave a strong defence of his own record, listing some of his achievements with Chelsea, Real Madrid and Porto, after being asked how United could expect to overhaul Pep Guardiola's team next season.

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