Mauricio Pochettino hails 'massive victory' after 3-0 win at Man Utd

Mauricio Pochettino hails 'massive victory' after 3-0 win at Man Utd

Mauricio Pochettino hails 'massive victory' after 3-0 win at Man Utd

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho stormed out of his press conference following Monday's 3-0 home defeat by Tottenham Hotspur, ranting about the three titles he won with Chelsea and demanding "respect" from those reporters present. That his team performed well in the first half against Tottenham and created better chances will not be any consolation for Mourinho considering that he is a manager who has always been only about winning.

But after a well-matched first half, the visitors ran riot, with Harry Kane opening the scoring 50 minutes in before Lucas Moura hit a double to seal a 3-0 victory. He may well have said "shame", but given the context, we can safely assume it that the general consensus has it more or less bang on. You know what this means? "It wasn't good enough tonight but we will bounce back against Burnley". "As a club, we want to stay at the top of the league and the only way to do that is by coming to places like this and getting results, so today is a huge statement".

Mourinho's sour mood hasn't been reserved just for his players, but also the club's executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward for a perceived lack of backing in the transfer window. "So keep trying and trying and trying and keep trying, keep trying". Manager Jose Mourinho is likely to feel the heat after a putrid 3-0 loss to Tottenham at home after making six changes and some baffling decisions to the roster.

"Three titles for me and two for the other 19, respect, respect, respect". Second half we had the possibility to score and we dominated the game.

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After the game, some Man United supporters in the front row of Old Trafford asked to have to their picture taken with the man whose brace put them to bed - Moura.

"Even then, we should have been relaxed, I think". There is a blame game going on here and the players do not look like they want to play for him. Man City and Liverpool are in a different league.

Referee Craig Pawson gave United a reprieve and the hosts soon regained the initiative to go close through Fred's left-footed curler and a long-distance effort from Paul Pogba which Lloris, playing despite his drink-driving arrest earlier this week, pushed away.

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