José Mourinho took paranoia to a new level in the aftermath of Manchester United's dramatic 3-2 win over Newcastle, complaining the last few days have felt like a manhunt and that "wickedness" is now spoiling a game that is supposed to be handsome.
Substitute Juan Mata got United back into the game in the 70th minute with a curling free kick.
Nemanja Matic missed a sitter early in the second half, but sub Juan Mata halved the deficit with a fine free-kick (70) to give United hope, and they duly levelled shortly after through Anthony Martial's finish in the 76th minute before Sanchez's victor.
"A lot of things have been directed at me personally", he said. "Some of the boys, in spite of them not being the man that is hunted, they are not coping well with it", Mourinho, 55, told BT Sport.
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"The way they started the game was absolutely panicking".
Norway striker Joshua King scored two goals and set up another to inspire Bournemouth at Watford, another team to play with 10 after Christian Kabasele was sent off in the 33rd minute. It's not easy for them.
Newcastle, winless in seven previous league outings, could scarcely believe its luck at Old Trafford as wing back Kenedy, a former player of Mourinho's during his second spell at Chelsea, sprinted through the middle of the defense to open the scoring. I still love it, but it is different. "There is too much talking".
"As I was saying, I cope with it with some sadness, obviously, but I cope with it and I survive. I felt that on the pitch, I did not want to feel another sadness feeling, another disappointment feeling". "Even older players commit mistakes that are not normal".
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"I think they have all got to share the blame", Shearer said on Match of the Day.
"In my football memories, I remember [as manager of Chelsea] I beat Liverpool at Anfield 4-0 and I was amazed the stadium was singing their song, but now I am in a situation where I'm losing 2-0 at home in a match everyone knows is important for us to win, and they were incredible".
Another name doing the rounds is that of Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino, but whether he would leave the comforts of White Hart Lane given the respective clubs' current positions is anyone's guess, while paying for his compensation package to bring him to United would also be substantial. I have discussed it with him, it does not really attract him. "One touch play. Movement".
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The quake and its aftershocks set off panic in some neighborhoods, but President Jovenel Moïse and other leaders called for calm. The agency said Port-de-Paix, Gros-Morne, the town of Chansolme and the island of Tortuga had suffered some of the worst damage.