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José Mourinho believes Manchester United lost focus after the mistakes that set his side on course for a shock 3-2 defeat at Brighton and Hove Albion.

Speaking in an interview with British broadcaster Sky Sports, Mourinho didn't refer to any particular passage of the documentary, entitled "All or Nothing: Manchester City".

United rarely looked like mounting a fightback and Paul Pogba's penalty with virtually the last kick of the game came way too late.

However, Brighton scored again through Pascal Gross. Shane Duffy finishing after the ball fell to him following a corner that was needlessly conceded by a sluggish Eric Bailly.

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However, United seemingly hit the self-destruct button at the AmEx on Sunday afternoon, sliding to a shock 3-2 defeat to Brighton.

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Martial failed to take his opportunity as he struggled to influence the game before being substituted in the 60th minute while Romelu Lukaku, Juan Mata and Marcus Rashford also failed to make an impact in the final third. We are Manchester United and we want to win trophies.

Mourinho accused City of lacking respect on Friday, claiming the club "can buy all the top players, but (they) cannot buy class".

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That reprieve lasted just 10 minutes, however, before more rash defending by Bailly allowed Brighton to restore their two-goal lead when he brought down Gross, who converted from the spot.

After the game, Pogba admitted his side approached Brighton with the wrong attitude, and Scholes questions whether the 2018 World Cup victor is the right man to be wearing the armband for the Red Devils.

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