"There is a lot of wickedness and a clear manhunt", said the 55-year-old Portuguese boss in a post-match rage despite the late turnaround.
The club has been forced to dismiss reports claiming that Mourinho is set to lose his job at Old Trafford and Rooney believes the Portuguese has been made a scapegoat for the club's underperforming players. Quite a lot of those players maybe haven't faced this before and they haven't got the senior players, which I had there as a young player, to help in those hard moments.
"If I hadn't had an SMS from my board not to read (the papers), I would have been convinced too".
Meanwhile, United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward is "loathe to axe Mourinho" because it would mean a third sacking at the club since Alex Ferguson retired in 2013, and of course there's also the question of money. When their players return, they will face a trip to Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea - Mourinho's former club.
All eyes will be on Mourinho.
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"We have some kind of situation with Man United".
Lukaku is pleased to have seen the feel-good factor returned to Old Trafford heading into the global break, telling MUTV: "I can go to Belgium with a cool feeling [after winning]".
"What Mourinho has to understand is the game has evolved".
"Don't be a dinosaur, and start attacking teams like we did over the years."The dressing room has always been good and that's always been the case at Manchester United and we did what we had to do.
Could Mourinho still be in charge at the end of the 2018/19 season?