Premier League wrap Manchester United battle back to draw with Arsenal

Premier League wrap Manchester United battle back to draw with Arsenal

Premier League wrap Manchester United battle back to draw with Arsenal

Their firepower was badly missed as Liverpool laboured in the first-half and went behind early in the second.

"But it's nearly a different Arsenal side now, they're playing better football, they're a more aggressive team and looking at them now they're one of the strongest teams in the league".

Coach Emery arrived from Paris Saint-Germain in pre-season, replacing the long-serving Arsene Wenger, and they are unbeaten since the second game of the campaign.

Spurs took advantage of Chelsea and Arsenal dropping points to move back up to third with a comfortable 3-1 win over Southampton, whose new manager Ralph Hasenhuttl watched on from the stands at Wembley.

"We shoot ourselves so many times during the season that it's really hard, but fantastic attitude, many players in difficulties, some good performances but players in difficulty, Diogo Dalot first start, Marcos Rojo first minutes, Matteo Darmian first start, Eric Bailly doesn't play for a couple of months, Chris Smalling a fearless guy to play with such difficulties he had".

Mourinho did, however, praise the efforts of his patched-up defence, saying that Diogo Dalot, the Portuguese defender who made his first Premier League start, showed enough promise to suggest he can...

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"We make two big mistakes for their goals, other mistakes that allowed them to have counter-attack situations, easy passes that we lost, easy controls that we lost, and again our performance is marked a little bit by these ups and downs".

A rotated starting XI, which did not feature Romelu Lukaku or Paul Pogba, pressed high - and well - from the first minute, and it worked. "Maybe we feel frustrated with the result, with some mistakes, some moments where a bit more quality was needed".

"I am very happy with the desire", he said.

"But we have to be happy with the spirit".

"I have to disagree with people who try to compare this to teams of Roy Keane, Ruud van Nistelrooy, Nemanja Vidic, give us a break and time", Mourinho said.

With Lukaku named on the bench, Lingard and Martial started up front with Marcus Rashford, and Mourinho said the trio played with a much-needed happiness. "Lots of young players need that support and belief to help them put in a strong performance". They gave good dynamic, good intensity, good movement.

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