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'We didn't lose': Man United manager in denial after Tottenham humiliation

'We didn't lose': Man United manager in denial after Tottenham humiliation

"I am sorry. You have to tell me what is the most important thing because I don't know".

The Irish bookmaker tweeted: "Manchester United were a shambles tonight".

The Portuguese was already walking out of the room as he continued to repeat the word "respect".

Tottenham keep pace with Liverpool, Watford and Chelsea on nine points atop the table thanks to the win and leaves Man United on three points and in 13th place.

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"I gave a list of five players who interest me to the club months ago but none have came in", Mourinho said during the summer.

Mourinho was goaded with chants of "you're getting sacked in the morning" by the travelling Tottenham fans.

Only two other current managers in the Premier League have won titles in English's top flight: Manchester City's Pep Guardiola, who won last season's title with the club, and West Ham's Manuel Pelligrini, who won the 2013-14 premiership title with Manchester City.

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Seibert also criticized a far-right lawmaker who had suggested that German authorities were unable to protect citizens. The fatal altercation which sparked the protests took place in the early hours of Sunday outside a street festival.

Meanwhile, every paper in existence (probably) reported on his spectacular post-match press conference, in which he called for "respect" while highlighting the three Premier League titles he has won. If United loses it would trail leader Liverpool by six points.

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The France captain apologised "wholeheartedly" for his actions on Friday and started against United, with sMousa Dembele and Danny Rose coming into the side.

Minutes before kickoff Tottenham announced substitute Erik Lamela had been injured in the warmup and would be replaced by 21-year-old midfielder Luke Amos on the bench.

The fans and Mourinho's response came after a dominant first 45 minutes from the hosts before Spurs took control with two goals in two minutes just after the break.

Romelu Lukaku then spurned another golden chance at the United opener after 15 minutes when he fired wide of an open net after a poor back pass from Danny Rose allowed the Belgium global to round Hugo Lloris.

Asked about United's defending against Spurs, he said: "I am sorry". "It is only the start of the season and we need to be consistent".

Moura added his second of the evening in the 84th, superbly beating Chris Smalling and firing into the bottom corner after a swift break to seal a 3-0 win. "Today the players left the pitch after losing at home and they were applauded because they deserved it, so we keep trying, trying, trying", Mourinho said.

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