Mourinho blames players for Carabao Crash-out

Red Devils’ manager, Jose Mourinho, on Wednesday attributed the defeat of his team to Championship side, Bristol City to his players’ disobedience to instructions.
The 2-1 defeat which meant that the Manchester United crashed out of the competition they had won last season.

The Portuguese, at full-time told MUTV: "For them [Bristol] it was a big day, big teams against teams of lower division this is always a risk, and you advise, advise, advise, but in the end the players are in a different level of intensity of motivation than the opponent, and sometimes this can happen.

Man United failed to proceed to the semi-final of the Carabao Cup on Wednesday night after suffering a shock 2-1 defeat to Championship side Bristol City.

Despite Zlatan Ibrahimovic equalising for the visitors, The Robins scored a last-minute winner sending the home fans inside Ashton Gate wild.

Bristol City now face Manchester City in the semi-final stage of the competition.

The Red Devils boss handed rare starts to the likes of Daley Blind, Luke Shaw and Scott McTominay and claimed his stars didn't heed his advice prior to kick-off.