"I never blame a player for missing penalties", he said.
"I think the feeling was a great frustration and a great sense of it (the result against Tottenham) not being fair at all, far from it".
Unfortunately, this now means that he is once again being linked with a move away, this time to Barcelona; links exacerbated by Barcelona players seemingly urging the Frenchman to join at every opportunity. "Currently, I play there, but who knows what will happen in the next couple of months".
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As Mourinho and I have said in detail since the match, the performance at Turf Moor was one of the most comprehensive since the former Chelsea boss arrived at Old Trafford in June 2016.
Despite Mourinho's confidence he remains favourite to be the first Premier League manager to leave his post this season although West Ham's Manuel Pellegrini is closing on him after losing their first four games.
The plane on Sunday was not first time fans have taken to the skies to voice their concerns or show support for their clubs.
When asked if he was "fed up" with all the speculation, he replied: "I got back late (from the World Cup), so I'm trying to perform as well as possible".
United are still in the hunt for Leicester's England centre-half Harry Maguire. The centre-back also said that it was crucial for the team to keep the detractors quiet post the confident win against Burnley, as their campaign did not get off to an entirely bright start this season.