“What you don’t need is to see Jose Mourinho turning around to face the Main Stand, folding his arms and shaking his head after Rashford had lifted a good chance against Young Boys over the bar.
“There used to be something cheeky about Mourinho that was endearing. When he came over to England in 2004 you would never have said he was modest, but he had this ability to deliver a line in a press conference or do something on the touchline that would have you laughing.
“That’s why I found it so difficult to process what happened as United reached the Champions League knockout phase.
“The way he threw the water bottles after Marouane Fellaini scored the only goal was just odd, but the reaction to Rashford’s miss was what really stuck with me.”