Jose Mourinho insists he was unconcerned with Marcus Rashford’s missed chances in the first half of Manchester United’s 4-0 victory over Reading in the FA Cup third round.
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‘I spoke with him at half-time and I told him I don’t care about the goals he missed in the first-half,’ said the United manager.
‘Because he had a big responsibility in the way we were breaking their defensive line, he was playing so well for us, so one more goal, one last goal, it doesn’t change.
‘But obviously for an attacking player to score a goal means happiness, means confidence, so good for him.’