"They were waiting with class, calm and consistency for the moment to kill the game", added the Portuguese.
Swansea City manager admits that the club's quest to complete their recruitment for the new season may bring them right to transfer deadline day.
"We are more confident, we know each other more", said Pogba, who is showing a greater attacking threat this season with Nemanja Matic patrolling United's midfield behind him.
"In both matches, winning 1-0 at half-time, we didn't start the second half looking like we had to keep a clean sheet to win the match", said Mourinho.
For Southampton and West Ham, that was definitely the case. From them on, it was a different song from Pogba.
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There is still a long way to go, but nobody can doubt that Mourinho's men are in ideal harmony during the early stages of the season. You always find hard roads and road works and we have to be ready'.
It isn't so much the statistics that excite fans, but the level of play he is displaying.
Pogba had to be warned by referee Moss after hauling Martin Olsson to the ground just a few minutes after he was booked for fouling Tom Carroll. Goals from Eric Bailly, Romelu Lukaku, Paul Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan secured identical win from the previous weekend. Later in the game, Mourinho made the same changes he did during the West Ham game where United came out of it with 4 goals - same as today.
The Iceland worldwide had sat out Swansea's season-opening goalless draw with Southampton last weekend, in which the Welsh club attempted just four shots on goal, and their attacking threat was limited once more on Saturday.
Mourinho however praised his players for another solid display.
"We were competitive for long periods of the game". The sooner we do it the better, but it could possibly go later in the window.
"We are trying to support them to settle down quick because it's very important for us that they show their best quality". The Reds' offense was one of the most unstoppable in the Premier League, but their defense left much to be desired, specifically on set pieces.