Jose Mourinho storms out of press conference demanding respect

Can Mourinho inspire United against last season’s third place side

Can Mourinho inspire United against last season’s third place side

Even his heaviest home loss wasn't enough to defeat Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho's fighting spirit on Monday.

But while the United fans might be staying strong behind Mourinho, that's definitely not the case elsewhere - at Paddy Power, for instance.

Tottenham Hotspur head into tonight's Premier League clash away to Manchester United looking to maintain their 100% winning start to the new season.

"Three titles for me and two for the other 19, respect, respect, respect".

Coming soon after he had stood at length in front of a mainly empty Stretford End applauding United's fans, it added to a somewhat freakish epilogue on another miserable night for the 20-times English champions.

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Neither side could carve out another clear-cut chance as the half went on, as they went into the halftime break level pegging. It was just the bit of luck that Emery was searching for as Arsenal struggled to control the game for long stretches.

The Portuguese manager struck a defiant tone in his post-match interview, highlighting the chants of support from the crowd.

"Our fans don't read papers".

He then left the press room, repeatedly saying: "Respect!"

Seeking a response to their 3-2 defeat to Brighton & Hove Albion last weekend, United came flying out of the blocks and had a chance within 20 seconds when Fred latched onto a Jesse Lingard flick-on only to shoot wide. "The team doesn't fight the way they fought, the boys don't give everything they gave if the team isn't United".

Mourinho opted for a three-man defence with the recalled English pair of Chris Smalling and Phil Jones surprisingly joined by Spanish midfielder Ander Herrera.

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While City backed the introduction of VAR, it requires at least 14 of the 20 clubs to approve any changes in the Premier League. It could so easily have been all three points with Sergio Aguero (twice) and Raheem Sterling all hitting the woodwork.

After rounding Hugo Lloris, however, the Belgian striker screwed his shot just wide.

Dele Alli likes to drift inside to play close to Harry Kane from his wide position, so Lucas Moura was the only wide attacking option on the pitch. It can provide us very good confidence and trust with how we are working. It is hard to beat Manchester United at Old Trafford.

"The gaffer said he is not bringing players in who won't improve the squad and that's a big bonus for us".

The result is a positive for Spurs in a season which has started with uncertainty after the opening of the new stadium was delayed and the club made no summer signings. We need to be realistic but want to keep pushing and building our fitness.

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