Mourinho rounds on Scholes in tirade over Pogba flak

Everton v Man Utd LIVE Jose Mourinho will be desperate to record a victory

Another who has been aiming digs is Noel Gallagher, who took great delight in his hit Wonderwall blaring out of the away dressing room at Old Trafford after last month's derby win.

Lingard sealed the win in the 81st, cutting in from the left wing and sending the ball fizzing over goalkeeper Jordan Pickford to score his seventh league goal of the season, making him United's second top scorer behind Romelu Lukaku.

"When he plays at that level he is nearly unplayable and I think he changed the second half", Henry told Sky Sports.

Scholes, who has been a pundit for television network BT Sport since retiring in 2013 after spending his entire, trophy-laden career at United, had criticised Pogba for "strolling" during United's drab goalless draw with Southampton on Saturday.

Mourinho has been outspoken for a few weeks, leading to some criticism in the press who thought his comments about Manchester City were ludicrous.

Mourinho knows Scholes would love to be employed by United - because he said so.

The 25-year-old has been one of the Red Devils' standout performers this season under Jose Mourinho - only Romelu Lukaku has scored more Premier League goals for Man United this season. "We had the ball, we moved the ball, we changed our profile because we didn't have Romelu Lukaku, we had to try to play in a different way, and I am really pleased with the points".

Speaking prior to the Everton match, Mourinho told Sky Sports: "I would say a week (out for Lukaku)". "Some people think they have to be at the club but that's a problem I can not solve".

"If Paul one day decides to be a manager I wish that he can be 25 percent as successful as myself", said Mourinho.

"Jesse Lingard - one thing is to be a young talent, another thing is to be a very good player". Fifty per cent of that is 12.5 silverware, 25 per cent is around six. 'He doesn't comment, he criticises.'It's not Paul Pogba's fault that he makes much more money than Paul Scholes. Michael Carrick played in pre-season but I don't remember him playing during the season so we have problems. In fact, it most quarters that would be seen as good management, and that's how we feel about this. I think he'd be quite happy. "They would love to be at the club and that's a problem I can not resolve".

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