Mourinho added in his pre-match press conference: "It's one of the biggest tragedies but also, at the same time, it's a crucial point in Manchester United's history - the reaction, the strength, the union after that situation".
With City winning 2-0 on the night, United are now 15 points behind their city rivals. Perhaps United's focus should begin to shift over to the Champions League, as the Reds take on Sevilla in the first leg of a Round of 16 tie on February 21.
Manchester United have been in good form this season and they are looking to tighten their hold on the Champions League places. We did it last season at Stamford Bridge after one minute but to concede straight from kick-off is ridiculous. It is especially ridiculous because the players watched it before. Try to play the best we can and improve the players individually the best we can and be the best possible team at the end of the season.
"Try to finish second".
"And, at the moment, the fight is open for second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth but it is practically closed for the first". We kept doing the same in the second and even at 1-0 we were totally in control. "It is not easy to keep up this kind of performance because we are going to play every three or four days", the Argentine told reporters.
"If Marcus Rashford is to progress as a player of real potential, which I believe he is, he has to play in his rightful position".
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The result at Wembley might have been different had Tottenham's opener after 11 seconds been disallowed because Harry Kane was encroaching in United's half.
The France global, who cost the Red Devils a whopping £89million last season, was hooked after 63 minutes and replaced by Juan Mata.
Fellaini's injury at Wembley could not have come at a worrying time for the Belgian worldwide, who is out of contract with United this summer and has stalled on signing a new contract at Old Trafford.
The Premier League boasted its biggest-ever crowd for the game between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United, but not all of them would have got to their seats before Christian Eriksen scored the opener.
"It's not because of this Munich disaster that the game becomes important for us", he said. "But he gave everything, good effort and this is a good feeling for me to know that the player is available with that spirit".
"He came off because he had something in his knee", said the Untied boss.