Tottenham Hotspur embarrass Manchester United 3-0 at Old Trafford

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There were familiar scenes in the media suite at Old Trafford after Manchester United's frankly rubbish 3-0 home defeat against Tottenham on Monday night.

Spurs now had a ideal record after three rounds helped when Harry Kane and Lucas Moura struck twice in a three-minute span early in the second half to get them ahead at Old Trafford.

Mourinho proceeded to lecture a reporter about the match's 3-0 result and segue that into bragging about his career Premier League titles.

Despite the apparent message to the United bigwig, The Guardian claims the club's board are prepared to offer Mourinho a vote of confidence.

Asked for his response, Pochettino said: 'Of course I need to see the game again and maybe I agree with him. "What is this also?" Man City and Liverpool are in a different league.

Spurs won 3-0 at Old Trafford with a header from Harry Kane and a brace from Brazilian winger Lucas Moura.

Three matches, seven goals, three clean sheets.

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"We worked all week and from the tactical point of view we didn't lose, but we lost the game".

"We've just got to start taking our chances and I am sure we will start winning more games".

He is at odds with executive vice chairman Ed Woodward, who fears Martial leaving and developing along similar lines to Kevin De Bruyne and Mohamed Salah, two other players Mourinho discarded.

Mourinho has won three league titles in two separate stints with Chelsea - his last coming in 2015. We have a job that is so hard and I have a great respect for him'. His managerial record is fantastic, but if United want to accept mediocrity, then that is what they have.

If United is to push for the title and do well in the Champions League - the draw for the group stage is Thursday - then Pogba is going to have replicate the consistency of performance he displayed during France's successful World Cup campaign.

At Brighton, the fans did singhis name - at least before the three goals were shipped in a 19-minute capitulation.

The Daily Mail were among those to lead on the taunts from Spurs fans towards Jose of "You're getting sacked in the morning", while the Express picked up on Mourinho's refusal to discuss United's lack of summer activity in the transfer window.

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