Jose Mourinho: Why did under-fire Man Utd boss go on to Old Trafford pitch after draw?

He explained: “So of course frustration, but what can you do?

“Especially having a match in two days is the good thing of it, not a long time to be mourning because tomorrow training.

“You can influence players especially when they are open to it, when a player is open to it, when a player realises he has to give more and change his nature a little bit when they are open, they change.

“There are many, many, many examples, that coaches, managers, change a little bit, not the DNA, but the players’ emotional qualities.”