West Brom is still nine points from safety and looks destined for relegation. United conceded at a similar rate when they won the title in 1992/93, letting in 38 in 42 games.
"Everything was complicated, so we were losing lots of balls".
Mourinho, however, refused to single the midfielder out for criticism in his post-match press conference. However, Moore felt that this was far from the case.
"As soon as the game started, something was weird - the atmosphere of the stadium, the team - it's so weird from what we saw from that team a week ago", Henry told Sky Sports.
He has not been among the very best players in the league this season and his goal return does not match up to the lofty heights set by Harry Kane, Mohamed Salah and others.
"They dominated the ball".
Darren Moore talks about strength, unity, family, community. To get performances like that, there has got to be unity throughout the club. So imagine what kind of embarrassment the United faithful, who were present at the Theatre of Dreams on the day, had to go through. They have been absolutely excellent this season. "I think the last two games have showed that".More news: Trump wanted to bomb Russian & Iranian targets amid Syria strikes
Fans' favourite and first-team coach Moore was placed in temporary charge at the start of the month and has enjoyed an unbeaten start, having drawn at home to Swansea and then overseen a remarkable 1-0 win at Manchester United.
He answered: "I can not stop that".
The result leaves City 16 points clear at the top with five games remaining and on a total of 87. "Whatever else goes on around you, you can not do anything about that".
The summer acquisition of Romelu Lukaku was created to remove such criticism, with the Belgian offering a similar frame to the former Paris Saint-Germain striker but with more off-the-ball movement. Everybody will try to improve - like we did from last season.
Manchester United will sign three or four players this summer as Jose Mourinho revamps his Old Trafford squad, Gary Neville says.
Moore was again delighted with his contribution, stating: "Jay is a fantastic player for us and he is a goalscorer".
Perhaps the strongest defence you could mount for him now is that nobody could have touched Guardiola's City this season but the only way he and his supporters can make that argument is by reference to the relative amounts, both colossal, already outlaid. He's a top guy and all the lads really like him.