Mourinho did not care about losing to Arsenal - he was smiling!

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho

Despite being outclassed and outfought in the north London derby against Tottenham last week, Wenger chose to stick with the 3-4-3 formation for Sunday's game at the Emirates Stadium and it was a success as it gave the French manager his first ever league win over Jose Mourinho.

The victor of the Europa League earns a place in next season's Champions League, increasing its significance for a United side that has only played in Europe's top competition for one of the last three seasons.

But Xhaka remains hopeful of Arsenal crashing the top-four party and admitted he will be looking to build upon his first season in the Premier League. Thierry Henry had asked Wenger, in an interview recently, about the over reliance of the long ball to which Wenger replied, "You know me well enough to know I am not asking them to do that".

"I left Highbury, they were crying, I left Emirates Stadium, they were crying". I leave the Emirates, they were crying, walking the streets with heads low. You think I enjoy a big club like Arsenal not winning big trophies?

"I think I can adapt to both [left-back and wing-back positions] to be honest".

However, Wenger says that it is the two teams that matter the most, rather than any rivalry that has developed between the veteran managers. "He is a big manager so to have that record.is something that is not normal", Mourinho said. "So it's not normal and I really don't care about it".

After yesterday's 2-0 loss to Arsenal flattened any lingering hopes of a top-four finish in the Premier League, Manchester United are focused fully on this week's Europa League semi-final second leg against Celta Vigo, midfielder Juan Mata has said. No problems. We shook hands but during the game I don't like what I never like. "It's my style of play and nobody can make me change that", he added. When we lost these players in a period of 17 matches in seven weeks, it was the impossible job.

"Against Chelsea they wanted to play from the first minute to the last".

"We want to try to win the Europa League - it's more important than finishing fourth". Finally today they sing, they [wave] their scarves.

But defender Tuanzebe, who made his senior debut against Wigan in the FA Cup in January, will instead remain at Old Trafford until the end of the season.

"Hopefully we can get that confidence to take into the final".

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