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Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho described his side's 1-0 defeat to Newcastle United on Sunday as "beautiful".

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However, debutant goalkeeper Martin Dubravka was brilliant in goal for the home side, including making a stoppage time save to keep a clean sheet and earn the three points for his side.

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Newcastle also thought they should have had a penalty five minutes before half-time.

Karius then tipped over a James Ward-Prowse header and the home side were made to pay for those missed opportunities as Salah played a lovely one-two with Firmino and stroked home his 22nd league goal of an outstanding season.

"But because we couldn't do that, I am really pleased to do it today. I think it's a attractive way to win a football match".

"Newcastle played with their lives and defended with their lives", Mourinho said, having earlier described the opposition as fighting "like animals".

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"What we did, therefore, the way we were playing, every player giving everything was fantastic, and to do it in front of our fans, even better".

"We had some [chances] with the score at 0-0", said Mourinho.

The free-kick which led to Ritchie's goal came when Red Devils centre-back Chris Smalling was adjudged to have dive.

"A defender has to concede free-kicks now and again". 'It was an intuitive thing.

And United should have equalised soon after, but when Newcastle failed to clear a corner, Anthony Martial saw two shots blocked on the line by Gayle.

"You know clearly that, so I think it is bad if you put me in a position where I have to criticise a player".

One exception was Alexis Sanchez and he nearly put them ahead in the 57th minute when he rounded Dubravka before his goal-bound shot was blocked by Florian Lejeune.