Manchester United outcast Henrikh Mkhitaryan reassures fans about 'better days' to come

Jose Mourinho avoided press duties after being sent to the stands as Manchester United were held to a goalless draw with Burnley.

Mourinho had complained to referee Mark Clattenburg after the official chose not to award United a penalty when Matteo Darmian went down in the area following a clash with Jon Flanagan. If United's fears become reality, he may not be able to have a direct influence from the touchline.

"I don't know what happened", Faria said about the incident that led to Mourinho's dismissal.

The Football Association is reportedly ready to take a hard-line approach when dealing with Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho following his latest refereeing controversy.

Mourinho, who is already facing an FA charge over his comments about another referee, Anthony Taylor, before the recent visit to Liverpool, could find himself in more trouble, both for what he said to Clattenburg and then for trying to sit in the front row of the stands as the second half began.

Herrera picked up a second yellow card for a challenge on midfielder Dean Marney in the second period, which seemed to be a result of a slip rather than indicative of any malice.

"We saw him chuck his toys out of the pram past year and I don't think much has changed".

"About that, I just want to say, fantastic work from the referee", he responded.

Mourinho will need no reminding of what happened to them.

"We tried, we created many chances, their goalkeeper was the best player on the pitch".

Speaking on Match of the Day, which you can see in the above video, Danny Murphy reflected on what he believes to be a pinnacle moment in the match.

The text, posted on social media site Twitter, read: "Better days will come for us!"

  • Julie Sanders