Mourinho Applaud Fans After Home Defeat
Jose Mourinho, Manchester United boss, has called for respect for his team after they suffered the biggest home defeat of his career to Tottenham, which saw Harry Kane and Lucas Moura trash them 3-0 at Old Trafford.
Recall that Manchester United had lost their second match of the season, and this has put more pressure on Mourinho, as Spurs stays six points clear of the team.
When the claim of him losing his job came up in recent weeks, the Portuguese coach made an example of his record of winning the Premier League three times over two spells at Chelsea.
“I won more Premierships alone than the other 19 managers together. Three for me, two for them. Respect!” a fiery Mourinho raged at reporters on exiting his post-match press conference.
Mourinho stood in front of Old Trafford’s Stretford End at the end of the game to applaud the home fans, who didn’t boo his side at fulltime despite the result.
“Today I had the proof the best judge are the supporters,” Mourinho said.