"They were with one less player (after Daniel Amartey was sent off) so it feels like a defeat". Substitute Jesse Lingard scored a brace in the second-half to rescue a point for Man United, but Mourinho insisted the Reds should have scored more.
For United it's the second 2-2 draw in as many matches, a game in which their defensive frailties were exposed once again and with league leaders travelling to Newcastle United on Wednesday, the gap at the top of the Premier League summit could widen to an gargantuan 15 points.
Mourinho stormed: "We didn't win because we missed incredible chances".
The 20-time English league champions suffered a shock defeat against Bristol City in the Carabao (EFL) Cup last week and thus got knocked out of the competition.
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The Swede and centre-back Phil Jones were badly exposed by Leicester's counter-attack for the Foxes' opener.
Leicester found the first goal of the night when Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez combined like the old Leicester time for the former's 50th league goal in the 27th minute.
Spanish midfielder Mata got his second on the hour mark, beating Schmeichel with curling a free-kick after Martial had been fouled on the edge of the box.
And the latter would be United's saviour, reducing the deficit with a deft flick in the 53rd minute, just moments after missing a gilt-edged chance.
United manager Jose Mourinho was left cursing "childish" errors at both ends of the pitch.
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Asked whether such form was good enough for a big club like United, Mourinho appeared upset that his club was being held to different standards.
The Portuguese claimed that he does not have enough funds to go toe-to-toe with City boss, Pep Guardiola, who he says "buy the full-backs for the price of strikers".
Claude Puel made seven changes, with Mahrez and Vardy restored to the starting line-up.
After United took the lead they were fortunate not to fall further behind, but showed character to come back and equalise.
"We got a point but it feels like a defeat because we were so close to winning, had chances to kill the game and they were with one less player".
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Although the Red Devils are touted as favourites going into the game, let us not forget that Jose Mourinho's side are now facing a slump of sorts.