Manchester United and Arsenal played out an entertaining draw at Old Trafford, with Jesse Lingard scoring an equaliser for the hosts 74 seconds after the Gunners had regained the lead.
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The ESPN FC panel wonder why Manchester United supporters haven't made their voices heard over the direction their club has taken under Jose Mourinho
MANCHESTER, England — Jose Mourinho claimed Manchester United continue to "shoot" themselves in their bid to claw their way back into the top four after the draw with Arsenal.
Mourinho's side put in a much improved performance to earn a 2-2 draw at Old Trafford on Wednesday night but the Portuguese coach insisted his team are not making things easy for themselves after conceding their 24th and 25th goals of the season thanks to mistakes from David De Gea and Marcos Rojo.
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