Britain Football Soccer - Manchester United v Saint-Etienne - UEFA Europa League Round of 32 First Leg - Old Trafford, Manchester, England - 16/2/17 Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho waves to fans after the game Reuters / Andrew Yates
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A significant run of cup ties has Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho worried about fixture congestion, but his chances of ending his first season at the club with a major trophy are looking healthy.Mourinho's side have won three successive matches without conceding a goal, and are in good spirits as they prepare to make the short journey to face struggling Championship opponents Blackburn in the fifth round of the FA Cup Sunday.The United manager actually felt his team were a little too cheerful before Thursday's 3-0 Europa League last-32 first-leg victory over Saint-Etienne, accusing them of being too relaxed during the warm-up.United won the FA Cup for the first time since 2004 by beating Crystal Palace in last season's final, and their defense of the trophy has been untroubled so far, with two 4-0 home wins over Championship opponents, Reading and Wigan.
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