The manager also expressed his disappointment with the board's failure to address what he saw as weaknesses in his squad, particularly at centre-back. It had me expecting that the Red Devils would win 5-0 and Mourinho would be living it large in his smug way post match.
"They've got Jose in place so they've got to support him with cash to strengthen what's on the field".
Manchester United made a dramatic turnaround over the weekend when they scored three goals in 20 minutes to overturn Newcastle United's 2-0 first-half lead.
"We won the game and we have to be positive and look forward to the next games".
The many concerns of those fans who fill Old Trafford every week will not evaporate during the week-long worldwide break, but at least they went home smiling after a super comeback.
"I do not think that he will manage in England", he told the Journal du Dimanche. That's fantastic. I beat Liverpool [as Chelsea manager] at Anfield 4-0 and I was amazed to hear the stadium singing Liverpool songs. For me it is not easy too but I think life is made of experiences.
JUAN Mata says Manchester United fans do not "deserve everything that is going on" and hopes the last-gasp comeback win against Newcastle gives the team a mental lift. Few pay attention even when the online moaners have a valid point, as they do now about the style of play, Mourinho's public criticism of players, the lack of goals, the number of goals conceded (16 this season) and many poor individual performances.
But regardless of how stunning the victory was, it doesn't change a thing for United.
Magpies midfielder Matt Ritchie said: "Us as players are the only people who can get us out of this".
'They have to be counted and they have to be better'.