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3:37                                            Jamie Carragher Rashford may need to leave United

3:37 Jamie Carragher Rashford may need to leave United

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has claimed he is "in the dark" over Paul Pogba's outspoken agent Mino Raiola's intentions for the French World Cup victor.

United were in the ascendency ten minutes into the second stanza but they were yet to create clear chances in that period.

The 20-year-old scored twice in two games for England during the global break, and many fans and members of the media are wondering why he isn't getting more game time for his club.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho demonstrated his sense of humour by making fun of himself over an embarrassing recent fall that has since gone viral. He had 53 appearances but if you want the minutes of play, he played 3,068 [minutes] and if you want to divide that by 90 minutes, he played 34.2 matches of 90 minutes in 16-17.

Speaking on Sky Sports during their coverage of England's 1-0 win over Switzerland, as reported by TalkSPORT, Carragher urged the striker to consider a move for the sake of his career. He's not Ruben Loftus-Cheek.

United then thought they had their first goal through Alexis Sanchez as he slotted home from a lofted ball played in by Matic, but a raised flag put an end to the celebrations.

The defender scored a spectacular goal from a well rehearsed corner routine to give United a two goal cushion at Vicarage Road this afternoon.

The relationship between manager and his high-profile midfielder has been one of the many testing issues Mourinho has faced this season and dates back to before Pogba scoring in the World Cup final in July.

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United have endured a miserable start to the season, losing two of their first four matches and slipping well off the searing pace set by Liverpool, Chelsea and Watford themselves.

"Probably you should remind them he is suspended and can not play".

"I'm very happy with the points", he said.

United will be looking to win their third game of the season when they travel to Watford on Saturday evening, with the Hornets boasting a ideal record in their four matches so far.

Two quickfire first-half goals had Mourinho, his staff and his players every bit as delirious as the travelling army of United fans, with the general mood around the camp a far cry from what it was just a few weeks ago.

Naturally, Mourinho stroked that feather.

In the press conference that followed the match, Mourinho said he was happy with all of his players as they are finally showing what makes them different.

"But for the Manchester United supporters it is important they have the right idea of how things are in reality but the most important thing of all is that the kid is a good kid, a good player, knows what Manchester United did for him".

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