Manchester United's Mourinho reacts to Man City title

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The poor performance of United was lambasted in some quarters, though Oliver Kay of The Times was keen to acknowledge how well the Baggies acquitted themselves during the game.

Mourinho described United as "the masters in complicated football" and said they had been guilty of letting their 3-2 victory against Manchester City go to their heads, arguing that they would not be able to sustain a better challenge next season until Paul Pogba, among others, had started to show more consistency.

"City were the best team, sooner or later they would get the points, so no dramas when the best team wins the league", he said.

It is hard to speak about Manchester City for me, but what Pep Guardiola has done is fantastic; to win the title with the football he plays is great. Just a week after winning at City, Jose Mourinho's team could not even avoid defeat against the Premier League's bottom club to keep their neighbours waiting a while longer to claim the title.

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"I'm buzzing, over the moon, so happy". It says a lot that Livermore has managed only two shots on target this season, and both have come against Manchester United.

"Manchester City, we've won you the league", chanted the travelling Albion fans as time ran out but, in truth, United, ridiculously, had done the damage themselves.

"I trust in my work, that is for sure - I have no reason not to trust", he said.

It may actually turn out to be a positive for Manchester City that they were unable to clinch the Premier League title by beating Manchester United at the Etihad Stadium little more than a week ago.

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"It hurts [for Manchester City to win the title]".

Jake Livermore had one decent effort saved by David De Gea and Lukaku smashed an effort right into Ben Foster's face but that was about it.

Nemanja Matic panicked at the delivery of a Chris Brunt corner and he knocked the ball back inside to Rodriguez, who could not miss from three yards out.

An anonymous showing against West Brom, though, seems to have returned him to square one.

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