If Manchester United were looking for more respite from their domestic troubles after suffering a Saturday defeat to West Ham, they didn't find it in Europe.
An uninspiring 0-0 draw against Valencia puts them on four points and second in their Champions League group behind Juventus.
While Juve would be favourites to top the group, more is expected of this Man United team and it's a point former Ireland defender Kenny Cunningham agrees with in regard to wringing more out of the squad.
"There's more to come from this team," he told Joe Molloy on the Football Show in the closing seconds of tonight's draw.
"There's some real quality sprinkled throughout that Manchester United squad and I think it's too late now. It's almost too late now for Mourinho to tap into that and get the best out of them, because to get the best out of your players, for me it has to be a healthy relationship and healthy respect between the manager and a vast majority of the squad. I don't think that's evident at the moment."
Plus Kenny shared his thoughts on the beIN Sports debate about Roy Keane in which Richard Keys tried to play devil's advocate and questioned the former Man United and Ireland captain's technical qualities as a player: