Updated: Dec 30, 2018
Scholes compared the performance last night to the last-16 tie with Sevilla at Old Trafford last season.
Paul Scholes wasn’t happy with how Manchester United performed against Young Boys on Tuesday as he branded their display as "awful" and "terrible".
Despite the Red Devils winning 1-0 with a Marouane Fellaini strike in the dying minute of the Champions League game, the United legend said the match reminded him of the last-16 game with Sevilla at Old Trafford last season, when a 2-1 loss sent them out of Europe’s elite competition
"I thought they were awful," the former United star told BT Sport. "I thought they were terrible, especially second half.
"I think if they play against a half-decent team there, they'd get beaten.
"It reminded me very much of the Sevilla game last year. They huffed and puffed, quality was really lacking in every area of the pitch.
"I feel really sorry for Young Boys. I thought they were excellent second half and, if they had a little bit of quality about them, they win that game."
Mourinho said in his post-match interview with BT Sport that he always steers any team he managed out of the group stage of the Champions League, and the former England international didn’t like the fact the United boss reminded viewers.
"It's always 'I': 'I won the title, I won the Europa League'," he said. "The last time I looked, football was a team game.
"Why does he think he needs to remind us what he's won? We know what he's won."
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