Jose Mourinho Rips 'Worst Manager' Frank de Boer for Marcus Rashford Comments

Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, has named former Crystal Palace manager, Frank de Boer, as the worst Premier League manager.

The much criticized Red Devils hit the stage at Old Trafford against the in-form Liverpool in style thanks to a brace from young forward Marcus Rashford who once again displayed his vast talent and a big-match character despite enduring a hard season under Jose Mourinho. Does he play every match from the start? No.

Such a statistical insight sheds a different light on the apparent lack of opportunity and chance Rashford is being given by Jose Mourinho.

Rashford was deadly at Old Trafford, grabbing both his goals within the first twenty minutes of action to set United up for smooth sailing for the rest of the match. "He's very young. He needs games, he's so talented - you want to see this player every week".

"If Marcus would be coached by Frank, he would learn how to lose".

Mourinho did not hold back when asked about De Boer's comments during his news conference ahead of Tuesday's Champions League last 16, second leg tie against Sevilla.

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After Saturday's 2-1 victory over Liverpool in which Rashford scored United's goals, De Boer said it was a "pity" Mourinho was the 20-year-old's manager. Marcus I have to be honest and give the credit to the people of the academy that were responsible for his formation and to Van Gaal for his first season in the first team. I would say he was in the top five with more matches for two season and applies to Scott the best thing to happen is to have experience, ' he added.

Whether Rashford starts against Sevilla may depend on Paul Pogba's fitness.

Southgate has discussed Rashford's progress with the man at the helm at Old Trafford, and Mourinho insists the England boss is satisfied with the current state of affairs.

The Dutchman lasted just 77 days after losing four consecutive league games without scoring a goal before being replaced by Roy Hodgson in September.

"I don't know (if he can play), we don't know yet, but he trained a little bit after you left". "Analysing a performance for me is more than number of goals or assists, and for me I'm really happy with Marcus".

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