Ibrahimovic: Manchester United can not afford more mistakes
Apr 10 2017 by Marjorie Miles
But is not something we, as United fans, should call for exclusively when our side has been aggrieved; video analysis has to be introduced not for the good of one team, but instead for the sanctity of the game in general.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic salvaged a point with an injury time penalty but Manchester United toiled to yet another Old Trafford draw against Everton.
"20 matches unbeaten is fantastic", the United boss said, having conceded his players struggled for confidence against Everton.
"He had a good performance but it was his body with my brain", the United manager said.
The team remain fifth in the league but are four points behind Manchester City, who now sit in fourth, and The Citizens also have a game in hand.
It means that in April, United has eight games one every three or four days and Mourinho has already suggested he might start prioritizing his key players for the Europa League if his side's league performances don't start improving.
"Sometimes you get a late goal here and it gives you a good feeling but not tonight".
Many of United's recent setbacks have stemmed from its failure to turn possession and clear-cut chances into goals, but this wasn't one of those occasions.
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Everton took the lead after Phil Jagielka's effort from close range went through the legs of goalkeeper David De Gea on 22 minutes.
It was a remarkable end to an enthralling encounter in which United struggled to turn dominance into goals, like so many matches this term.
In a dramatic finish, Everton defender Ashley Williams blocked a shot by United substitute Luke Shaw with his hand earning him a straight red card and Ibrahimovic slotted home the resulting spot kick on his return from a three-match domestic ban. "In an extreme situation of pressure in the 93rd minute when we got that penalty, Zlatan wanted to take the responsibility", he said, admiringly.
"We had to do it by the attitude point of view".
Last year's champions Leicester City continued their late-season resurgence under new manager Craig Shakespeare, with goals from Jamie Vardy and Islam Slimani securing a 2-0 win over cellar-dwellers Sunderland.
Shaw has started just seven Premier League games and has come off the bench in two this season.
George Boyd scored the only goal as Burnley broke a six-match drought with a 1-0 win over Stoke. The team's last victory was on January 31. But I can not say, the TV has to judge. He won there twice in a row with former club Southampton.