Brighton sent United to a 3-2 defeat.
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Jose Mourinho admitted Manchester United had paid the price for "incredible mistakes" in their dismal 3-2 defeat at Brighton Sunday. Mourinho's side were blown away on the south-coast as Brighton & Hove Albion scored twice in two minutes thanks to goals from Glenn Murray and Shane Duffy midway through the first half.United rarely looked like mounting a fightback and Paul Pogba's penalty with virtually the last kick of the game came way too late.A shell-shocked Mourinho conceded United's players had only themselves to blame for their first defeat of the Premier League season.Many of Mourinho's stars, including World Cup winner Pogba, new signing Fred and French forward Anthony Martial, were anonymous for long periods, but the boss refused to criticize individuals.Questioning United's desire, Pogba said Brighton had wanted the points more.
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