Before a ball had been kicked against Valencia, Mourinho had been branded "embarrassing" by former United player Paul Scholes.
Jose Mourinho has suggested he can not say what he really thinks about the situation at Manchester United because it only gives detractors in the media something else to criticise him about.
However, despite the draw Mourinho is not out of the woods just yet as he has not managed a win in his last four games.
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The Valencia fan account, teamvalencia25, said: 'I'm not even surprised about the outcome of this game.
Valencia struggled to create chances as Michy Batshuayi muscled his way around United defenders constantly giving them trouble though they managed to hold out their attacks.
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Scholes won some 11 Premier League titles as well as the Champions League twice under Sir Alex Ferguson, including the Treble in 1999. I disagree with Luke Shaw's comments and don't truly believe that was everything he wanted to say.
"We knew that our attacking players aren't in the best individual form and confidence".
Mourinho admitted that it was a fair result, but offered some thinly-veiled criticism of his players by suggesting that only a small number of them played with the intensity that he wants.
"We have Newcastle before the league stops (for the global break) then we have Chelsea and Juventus in three days".
"I agree with Mourinho about what he said in regard to the crest", he told Sky Sports' The Debate.
'We played an important game and got a point, now we have a game against Newcastle and we need to fight.