United pushed hard at the end but few would argue Valencia did not deserve to leave Old Trafford with at least a point as Tuesday's Group H encounter ended 0-0.
Manchester United have been the subject of stinging criticism of late after a awful run of results and it hasn't stopped tonight with an old rival sticking the boot into the Red Devils.
Yet United's worst start to a league campaign in 29 years would be compounded by a disappointing 0-0 draw against a Valencia side with just one LaLiga win to their name this season, leading Mourinho's men to be booed at the final whistle.
Already nine points adrift of Premier League leaders Manchester City and Liverpool after three defeats in seven league games, Mourinho was hoping for a reaction from Saturday's awful display in losing 3-1 to West Ham United.
Mourinho insisted the performance had been better than during the dire defeat to West Ham on Saturday but gave a cryptic answer when asked for his summary of the problems facing his team.
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"I'm pleased with the effort, I am pleased with the commitment, I am pleased with the improvement", Mourinho said.
United are up against Juventus in their next two Champions League games, as they will host the Italian giants on October 23 before the reverse fixture in Turin on Nov 7.
United arrived at Old Trafford at 7.15 p.m. - just 45 minutes before the scheduled kickoff time - due to traffic in the Manchester area, but there really can be no excuse for a home team to turn up late when their hotel is just three miles away. He knows that getting to the stadium is by no means straightforward, particularly during rush hour.
Alexis Sanchez has returned to the Manchester United starting XI after being left out of the West Ham match. Mourinho has to keep him in the side.