'We played for the people who died' - Pogba

Manchester United has reached next season's Champions League, the alternate way.

The Portuguese has endured plenty of criticism this season, with United finishing sixth in the Premier League and appearing unconvincing en route to the final.

The 21-year-old is now on crutches and sidelined until August after surgery on an ankle ligament injury.

"I regret not being able to play this game".

Mourinho, meanwhile, made no apologies for his tactics, remarking: "There are lots of poets in football but poets don't win many titles".

"I think I am going to have one of these jobs in a few years".

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"It was hard to train yesterday but the manager told us is that the only thing we could do is win this for them". I don't care about football for now.

"Especially after what happened (in Manchester) we wanted to win this and we'll bring the trophy back", he said. Mourinho has also won the club two major trophies in his first season after lifting the EFL Cup in February.

Speaking to BT Sport, Pogba said: "We know that things like this are very sad, all over the world: in Manchester, in London and in Paris, too".

The Red Devils boss guided his team to a tactically shrewd win over Ajax and he wasted little time in rounding on his detractors. The club earned 6.5 million euros (7.29 million USA dollars) for beating Ajax, three million more than their opponents, and will collect 12.7 million euros for entering the group stage of the Champions League.

"We did it, so we're very proud".

"We play Champions League next season, we could celebrate three trophies and we are happy for that".

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"I think there's a big difference in how the teams play - it's not about strength but how you use your bodies".

"But once you play the final, for that moment you forget it".

"First of all I've always been a team player", he said.

"He s finished the season a bit better and I m sure he ll take that into next year".

Manchester United will now be hoping to use the lure of Champions League football to attract some of Europe's top players to Old Trafford as Jose Mourinho begins to think about his second season in charge at the club.

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