While Jose Mourinho has been made the scapegoat, nobody can escape the failings of the board.
Ashley took Benitez and the squad to dinner in Newcastle - for pasta and pizza - on Wednesday in an attempt to establish a better working relationship.
Sanchez's victor also saw United supporters, who had been muted in their backing for Mourinho to that point, sing his name out loud around Old Trafford.
Muto, making his first Premier League start, scored Newcastle's second goal in the 10th minute at Old Trafford.
Benitez, who was happy with his team performance, said Fellaini and Sanchez changed the game.
One win over a struggling side will convince nobody, but United were hugely impressive in the last half hour and had bombarded the away goal before Mata's breakthrough.
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"They gave everything, and I don't want to say we were lucky because we fought so much for that, but I think the boys, they deserve it, even if the result ends with a 2-2", Mourinho said.
"A team that is always very well organised against, especially the teams of the first part of the table, where their manager is very bright on his analyse of the opponents qualities and to try to stop them".
The paper says elsewhere that United will have to cough up £29 million in order to get rid of the Portuguese manager now, which is a testament to how well Ed Woodward has managed the club in his time in charge.
"But still if we can do something, it will be better".
While the grand old stadium was rocking, Mourinho barely reacted to Sanchez's victor. The Magpies' defence got unsettled after conceding the goal and finally Anthony Martial leveled the score in the 76th minute.
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"When they have top class players these things can happen". I think some of the boys are not coping well with it.