- Jose Mourinho wants fans to become more intimidating ahead of Liverpool's visit
- United beat Hull City to record a ninth consecutive win in all competitions
Jose Mourinho says Manchester United fans need to create a more intimidating atmosphere after the 2 - 0 win over Hull City in the EFL semi-final first leg.
Goals from Juan Mata and Marouane Fellaini saw off Hull on Tuesday as United put one foot in another Wembley final.
A ninth win in succession was met with a lukewarm response through much of the contest from the home fans.
United play Liverpool in their next match and Mourinho would love to see his fans become louder as Liverpool fans are know to be very intimidating.
"I was disappointed yes, [Hull] were very well organised defensively as I was expecting and it was not easy for us," Mourinho told Sky Sports.
"But I think we were a bit sloppy, complicating things, always one more touch, delaying the decision, giving them time to regroup and it was not our best first half.
"I think in the first half the players have to do better, I have to do better, the fans can also do better.
"Second half we all improve just a little bit. The game is over, now I think about Sunday and on Sunday I have to do better, the players need to do better and the stadium has to do better."