VAR calls must be "perfect" — Mourinho

Posted Febrero 22, 2018

Leicester will host Chelsea in another one of the FA Cup quarterfinal fixtures.

"Look, today I didn't rest one single player so we had today every player available here", said Mourinho.

"I will think about him after the match". Juan Mata's strike was eventually disallowed for the most marginal of offside calls just before half-time after alengthy delay.

"Yesterday he was working normally with us".

"They have to do it in 30 seconds because, after two minutes, we are cold and this is the only problem".

"A technical issue led to an incorrect graphic being provided by Hawk-Eye to BT Sport last night", the statement read.


A brace from Romelu Lukaku helped United past Huddersfield as it moved into the quarter-finals.

City can deliver the first trophy of Guardiola's reign in charge next Sunday against Arsenal in the League Cup final.

According to the Mirror the ill-feeling boiled over during last week's 1-0 defeat at Newcastle.

Brighton reached the last eight of the FA Cup for the first time in 32 years with a comfortable 3-1 success over League Two Coventry at the AMEX Stadium. I don't think they're happy to make mistakes and if they have the VAR to help them make the right decision, I think the referees are probably happy with that.

They said he slammed the Frenchman for being "too casual" and "too careless".

The beauty of an experiment is that we can make tweaks - and the need for change is already apparent.


"He is a player that, when given that space, he is very difficult to stop and then he's got that composure and poise in the box to be clinical finisher".

Said Mourinho: "Honestly, I think Scott deserves more than what he is getting".

He applauds former Chelsea man for his athleticism, pace and strength but criticizes his lack of ambition and killer instinct just like his competitors Sergio Aguero and Harry Kane.

"We had some players missing, but we had some players that played and played so, so well", he told MUTV.

JOSE MOURINHO, United manager, alluding to Paul Pogba's flamboyant lifestyle.

"My guess is he's suffering a bit because of the level of the Premier League".


"In England teams are more organised". The winner of the fixture will take on either Tottenham or Rochdale.