Manchester United have emerged winners of the UEFA Europa League, securing Champions League football for next season.
Paul Pogba and Mkhitaryan scored either side of the half to hand United the victory.
Speaking after the game, Manchester United Manager Jose Mourinho said poets don’t win titles.
“It is the end of a very difficult season. But a very very good season,” he said.
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“We preferred to reach the Champions League this way than finish fourth, third or second. We got the objective, we are back in the Champions League by winning a title, an important title. The club now has every title in world football. We fought hard for this since the beginning.
“We always thought that we could win the Europa League and we are very happy. We played intelligently, we did it in a comfortable way. We were much stronger than them.
“If you are dominant in the air you go long.
There are lots of poets in football but poets don’t win many titles. We knew where we were better than them and we exploited their weaknesses.”
“We totally deserved the win. I am so happy to see the boys with the crutches with the trophy and now I am on holiday. I don’t want to see any international friendlies, I am selfish. I can’t do it.
“For me, enough is enough. It has been a very hard last few months, we were short of numbers.
“Three trophies in one season and the Champions League. I am very happy in my most difficult season as a manager.”
“Ed Woodward has my list, what I want, what I would like for more than two months. So now it’s up to him and the owners. But I don’t care about football for now.
“Wayne Rooney was ready to play, he was a big option. But I didn’t need to attack at 2-0. I told him yesterday that he could be the key man but he can perfectly be here next season. He is a very important player for us. If he stays next season I’d be very happy.”