According to The Times, many of United's players were reduced to tears after the match due to their disappointment, with the report claiming that Mourinho took full responsibility in the changing room.
"We wanted to go far in the Champions League, that is what a club like Manchester United needs to do and we didn't do it so we are disappointed". He tried to hide behind Sir Alex Ferguson's rare failures in the elite European competition and reckoned that the 20 times English champions had been on the same seat twice previously when Mourinho's Porto and Real Madrid respectively dumped them out of the Champions League.
Following the Red Devils embarrassing last-16 UEFA Champions League exit at the hands of Sevilla, Mourinho and his expensively assembled squad has come under severe criticism.
"Manchester United have had trouble the last three or four years and they need some more players and I know some people will say that's not always the answer, especially if he's a great coach".
Manchester United's players cancelled a planed trip to Cheltenham Festival after their Champions League exit.
Leicester have even less to play for than Chelsea, however, and with several of the squad fighting for their futures at the King Power Stadium, they will be giving everything to progress to the FA Cup semifinals on Sunday. If they are to win, every game in this competition will carry the same pressure of the Europa League final in Stockholm against Ajax.
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'Then we had a few half chances but we didn't really score, and then they scored the first goal.
Jose Mourinho must shoulder some of the blame for tactical failings, but Keane believes the Portuguese does not have enough quality at his disposal and has made United willing to accept mediocrity.
Do you think Mourinho is still the right manager for United?
If you get results, everyone is happy. I don't think he's shocked, he knows they're short.
Bad news for United fans is that they have been eliminated in three of their past four FA Cup quarter-finals and they also needed a replay in 2016 to advance past West Ham.
"God knows where this leaves the rest of the wide players at the club but it can not be good for them".
Brighton have been through a good run of late but have won only two away games in the Premier League all term, seeding some doubt as to whether they'll be able to avoid a second defeat of the season at Old Trafford.