Before kickoff, supporters paid for a small plane to fly over the ground, towing a banner that read: "Ed Woodward, a specialist in failure".
The accusation - one which Mourinho famously directed at former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger when he himself was in charge of Chelsea - referenced the executive vice chairman's supposed inability to deliver the United manager his desired transfer targets this summer.
"The manager knows my qualities so he knows how I can help the team".
"I've done it for years but I've done it in a bigger squad", said Hart of battling on two fronts.
"I'm very patient, I know it is going to take time for Manchester United to get back to the level we used to be at, but I'm absolutely convinced that we will get there". But we lost at home and the fans were awesome to the team.
Speaking about United's overall performance against Burnley, Mourinho said, "I think it was a very, very good performance with a result which was short." .
The Metro adds that Herrera's team are certain they will receive offers for the 29-year-old in January and are frustrated that United haven't presented the Spaniard a new deal yet.
"Paul's one of the best players in the world, he's a feel player, a lot of players need to run up and know that they're doing, but he likes to feel what the opposition is doing", said Hart.
"After 10 minutes we were playing so, so well and we were missing quite easy chances that I had a feeling another Tottenham can happen, but also a feeling that playing this way we have to win".
The win sees United go into the first global break of the season placed 10th in the Premier League on six points and six behind leaders Liverpool.
"If the manager thinks I'm ready and he wants me to play, I will play, for sure".
"He could have scored more but maybe he was a bit exhausted, playing with 10 men".
"We will work together and get the right things done".