"They created chances, we created chances and they got that penalty which was a bit soft".
Fortunately for the Old Trafford faithful, the ball came back to the Frenchman's feet and he bagged the rebound.
The 22-year-old won the penalty that Paul Pogba converted at the second attempt in the 27th minute before lashing home what proved the victor just after half-time. "But for me the most important thing is next time we have a penalty he wants to go again".
When Pogba strode up to take the penalty, he performed his by-now familiar routine of making a series of stuttering steps - no fewer than 26 in total - before seeing his shot stopped by the Everton keeper. "He showed that in the World Cup".
"The thing I like is the desire to take it", Mourinho said. And Paul wants to take [penalties], and that for me is fantastic. "You are more exposed then because you have to take more risks".
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Everton were finally rewarded for their endeavour after 76 minutes when Pogba lost the ball to Sigurdsson and the Icelandic worldwide sent away Richarlison who was clumsily felled by Chris Smalling for the second penalty of the game. I think he can, I think the goalkeepers don't move and they are waiting for his decision so I think he probably has to learn from that.
"Even if it even goes three yards out to his left or right, I've got enough time to get up and make the save from the rebound but it wasn't to be".
At the moment Cesc Fabregas is yet to play in the EPL for Chelsea owing to the fact that new manager, Maurizio Sarri prefers to start Jorginho, Matto Kovacic and N'golo Kante at the midfield.
"Everton have one advantage in relation to us, which is a similar potential, but much less expectations", he added.
"We came here to try to do everything to try to win the match, not come here to see and just to block them".
"When he did his run-up I knew where he was going to go and I saved it, but unfortunately it went back out", Pickford told Everton's club website. "That's my opinion. I played the game for a long time".