Marcus Rashford's stoppage-time victor at Bournemouth on Saturday earned a third Premier League victory in four matches and provides a lift before this week's match at Juventus and the Manchester derby on Sunday.
'We created chances and we can take that second half performance to Turin and we will be more on the front foot and I think you'll see a better performance than you did, particularly in the first half. When I say defensively I just don't look to the defenders. I love the song, "attack, attack, attack" but you need to have stability when you lose the ball and we are not showing that.
It was an eventful first half as each side also had penalty appeals waived away, while Cristiano Ronaldo sent an effort crashing off the left post. We knew the second half was going to be a different game.
"I cant understand. My assistants said the warm up was the best we have all season and the week of work we had was phenomenal, so I can't understand this performance".
He added that he was frustrated by the team continuing to start slowly, "I really can not understand the kind of [early-match] mentality that brings me more white hair!" But the midfield is where the game was won as United wrestled back the control in the second half and that was all thanks to one man.
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Roma had the best of the first half with a Federico Fazio header going dangerously close and Edin Dzeko firing wide after 20 minutes.
"I think Herrera made a big difference to the team".
But rather than lavishing all the praise upon the goalscoring substitute, Mourinho has instead highlighted the impact of Herrera, who came off the bench after 56 minutes for only his fifth Premier League appearance of the season.
"I think a lot of the aspects of our game were really good, especially during the opening period".
Argentina global Dybala scored Juve's quickest Serie A goal in six years to put the hosts en route to a win that gives them 31 points after 11 top-flight matches - their best tally at this stage of a campaign.
Paulo Dybala gave the reigning champions the lead inside the first minute, his second goal of the Serie A season. It's a great feeling and it's bringing us closer together.