Five reasons Mourinho now has a severe attacking dilemma

Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United managed to pick themselves up from Hull-caused frustration in midweek to thrash Leicester on Sunday.

An eventual 3-0 thumping of the champions was perhaps generous on Claudio Ranieri’s Foxes and Mourinho is showing some understanding of how to balance his team, which alluded him for the early knockings of the campaign.

The heart of their revival in this match in particular was Henrikh Mkhitaryan. The Armenian put in a stellar individual display, terrorising the Leicester defence with his direct dribbling and providing a reliable end product to make him a true danger to any opposition.

For all the talent in Manchester United’s squad, Mourinho has seldom seen individual performances this good this season. Mkhitaryan was signed as one of the world’s best and, having had a rocky first few months at the club, is finally being given the chance to prove just how good he is.

Here are five reasons he can be the hero for Mourinho this season…