Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho can’t hide smile despite Champions League exit as players arrive for training

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Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho can’t hide smile despite Champions League exit as players arrive for training

JOSE MOURINHO could not hide his smile despite Manchester United’s woeful Champions League exit as his side arrived for training today.

The Old Trafford club meekly lost 2-1 to Sevilla at home on Tuesday night to crash out of Europe’s top competition.

Jose Mourinho wears a big grin as he turns up to trainingZenpix

But the Portuguese looked to have got over the heartbreak quickly, with his baseball cap unable to conceal his beaming grin.

The rest of the squad looked much more serious, however, with drug testers following them into Carrington.

Jesse Lingard opted for an academic style with his glasses.

And Juan Mata appeared to be ready to get down to work behind the wheel of his Mercedes jeep.

The Man Utd manager appears in good spirits despite his side’s Champions League exitZenpix Jesse Lingard sports some glasses as he turns up for trainingZenpix Juan Mata looks eager to get down to businessZenpix Paul Pogba wears a big ring on his wedding fingerZenpix

Marcus Rashford kept his eyes glued to this phone as he got a lift in from older brother Dane.

Romelu Lukaku’s late consolation was the only bright spot on a dark night in United’s history.

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And he looked to still be reeling from the humiliating defeat as he rocked up at the AON Training Complex.

Paul Pogba arrived in his £250,000 Rolls-Royce Wraith sporting a big bit of bling on his wedding ring finger.

Romelu Lukaku’s goal was the one bright spot against SevillaZenpix Marcus Rashford gets a lift in with brother DaneZenpix Paul Pogba drives his £250,000 Rolls-RoyceZenpix Nemanja Matic arrives for the Carrington training sessionZenpix Alexis Sanchez has not endured the best of times since signing for the clubZenpix Zlatan Ibrahimovic looks on his way out of the club at the end of the seasonZenpix Eric Bailly apologised to fans after defeat to SevillaZenpix

United need to bounce back in style against Brighton this Saturday.

Mourinho will host Chris Hughton’s side – who have just one defeat in their past eight games – in the FA Cup quarter-final.

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