José Mourinho's Manchester United fall on famous night at Bristol City

Fuch's high-fived a toddler and the players seemed to be loving the visit

Fuch's high-fived a toddler and the players seemed to be loving the visit

History has been made at Ashton Gate with Bristol City vanquishing Manchester United 2-1 tonight.

While the FA confirmed on Thursday the body has opted not to charge Mourinho, he was warned about his future conduct."Following a review of the evidence provided by the club, the FA will be taking no formal action, but have reminded Jose Mourinho any further public comments about match officials may result in disciplinary action", an FA statement read.

'WE DIDN'T DESERVE TO LOSE'"I think we don't deserve to lose but we lost because the opponent was lucky".

He said: "We play a fantastic team, for me the top team in Europe".

"In the first half we lacked intensity". Physically and mentally. But we were the team with the opportunities [in the second half]; everyone was waiting for our goal.

Bristol City were not "lucky", as Mourinho claimed, arguing that United hit the woodwork twice. "We were the team with the strength in our legs - even to go to a strong extra-time - and they scored when we didn't have time for a reaction". The most important thing is that a Championship team beat a club like Man Utd.

Jose Mourinho on the other side reacted by saying that his players failed to take in the vital instructions that he gave them to win the match, and by the time they conceded the second goal, they had no time to react. A handsome day for football.

"When big teams face teams from lower divisions this is always a risk". "A big day for them".

"So I have to say they were a bit lucky". Sometimes you think that luck comes from nowhere, but normally luck comes from effort, from belief, which they had.

Jose Mourinho congratulated Bristol City on their win but felt they were lucky to beat his side.

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