It's an improvement from last season's sixth placed finish for Mourinho's side, yet with 19 points separating them from neighbours City, the United boss is not celebrating.
There have been 370 matches in the Premier League so far this season and this was one of the worst of the lot.
"I'd have been quite happy to take the point, winning would've been good but a point was always good for us".
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Overall the game was one which lacked intensity and it was a poor performance from the team. "It was an exciting game for us and the fans, and we can build on this for our final game on Sunday". Now we have the objective to finish with more than 80 points.
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United have gotten things so wrong on the managerial front since Fergie left and stability it needed back at the club, but fans will not put up with more of the same next season and the problems start and end with the manager. "It is normal that Michael Carrick will be captain at Old Trafford for the last game of his career".
With West Ham already safe from relegation, it often played at preseason-friendly pace, something not helped by the sunny evening and the half-full stadium. "We had to get the players in order a little bit after we came in, and we have done that".
"I will play some players that didn't play against West Ham", he revealed. We have played three at the back a few times this season and we can play both formations.
The first chance came to Hammers striker Marko Arnautovic following a short cross from Aaron Cresswell, but the former was unable to stick home his header. The first half consisted of Manchester United dominating possession of the ball but failing to create any chances.
Adrian was again on hand to keep out Lingard's strike.
Adrian began his defiance by turning behind a swerving 25-yard effort from Jesse Lingard, before denying Alexis Sanchez with a parry and diverting a rebound shot from Luke Shaw onto the post with his leg. Subs not used: Hugill, Obiang, Hart, Evra, Fernandes, Cullen.