Southampton v Manchester United - EFL Cup Final - Wembley Stadium - 26/2/17 Manchester United's Zlatan Ibrahimovic scores their third goal / Images via Reuters / Carl Recine
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United are second in the league with 41 points after 13 wins, two draws and three losses and Mourinho is unwilling to concede defeat in the title race with Manchester City 11 points ahead as the halfway stage of the season approaches.Peerless City are on a record 16-game unbeaten run and have swatted aside all challengers including United, who they beat 2-1 at Old Trafford this month.Eighth-placed Leicester have collected 20 points from their last 10 games and are a rejuvenated side under Claude Puel, who took charge from Craig Shakespeare in October.
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