Phil Neville tore into Manchester United for their performance against Huddersfield and says Victor Lindelof had a ‘really poor game’.
The Swede replaced Phil Jones after 20 minutes in Yorkshire and United conceded two goals in eight minutes.
The 22-year-old was partly to blame for Aaron Mooy’s opener but was completely at fault for Laurent Depoitre’s goal.
Lindelof had played just one minute of league football before the trip to Huddersfield and looked rusty throughout.
Mourinho criticised his side’s attitude afterwards and Neville believes it was widespread throughout the side, starting with Lindelof.
‘It’s been coming this week,’ Neville told the BBC.
‘The performance at Anfield, the performance in midweek even though they won, they’ve lost that momentum they had before the international break.
‘When a manager questions your attitude motivation and desire that’s the worst thing for a Manchester United player.
‘Huddersfield wanted it more and United just didn’t fancy it. United were second best in every department
‘I don’t like to single out individuals but lindelof had a really poor game.’