Middlesbrough goalie Víctor Valdés Arribas

Paul pogba

“I don’t feel very good about the game today, because my brother is in the other side and I’m I’m he tried to do his job and I try to do my job, he did his job very well…” José Mourinho Manchester United’s football club’s manager talks about his feelings on the Middlesbrough manager’s.

The relationship between José Mourinho and the Middlesbrough football club manager Aitor Karanka dates back to June 2010 when he was appointed assistant manager to the Manchester United manager at former side Real Madrid football club in Spain.

It was the last encounter of 2016 which saw Middlesbrough visit Manchester United at Old Trafford. The opening goal of the match was a flying kick by Zlatan Ibrahimovic disqualified, in the referee’s opinion the player had his foot too high.

The first official goal of the match was then scored by the visiting team’s Grant Leadbitter to put the visitors ahead 23 minutes to the end of the second half. 5 minutes after being denied multiple times by Víctor Valdés Arribas a Spanish professional footballer and goalkeeper for Middlesbrough and the woodwork, Anthony Martial give Manchester United the equaliser they so desperately needed to not only turn the game around but also went ahead to win with a brilliant header from the French international and Manchester professional footballer Paul Pogba.

Full time score: Manchester United 2 – Middlesbrough FC 1

José Mourinho Manchester United manager

Marcus Rashford tries to get past a Middlesbrough player

Chris Smalling making way for substitution

José’s ironic laugh for a decision rightfully denied by the referee

Sir Alex Ferguson spends his 75th birthday at Old Trafford watching United play Middlesbrough

Paul Pogba relief gesture at the end of 90 minutes

Brotherly hug and sympathetic gesture between José Mourinho and Aitor Karanka