As you say, currently, Mourinho is definitely setting up to nullify in the big matches, especially with his currently available squad, but I don't think that's true of him in general. His Chelsea in its pomp pretty much hammered everyone and scored a record amount of Premier League goals in the process (which still stands AFAIK). His Inter and Real broke records. He had the players to do it, and so he went and did it. No unnecessary bus parking. He's far from that level with this United squad and they've a huge summer ahead. If we're talking about the talent of Mourinho then last night's result is a testament to getting a point he had very ilttle right to get. If we're tallking about the talent of his squad, then last night's approach should tell us everything we need to know about what he thinks those players are capable of.