Jose Mourinho doubles down and hits out at Spurs, Arsenal and Chelsea

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Mourinho insisted bad luck was the primary reason why his side drew 2-2 against Leicester and followed that up with another draw against Burnley at Old Trafford, as he insisted both games should have been won, as he was asked if United were going through a hard patch.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has mocked Jose Mourinho's claims that Manchester United are at a financial disadvantage and says there are other ways to be successful.

Despite the latest draw, which keeps United ahead of third-placed Chelsea, United trail league leaders Manchester City by 12 points, with their rivals having the opportunity to extend the gap when they face Newcastle on Wednesday.

Eight years before scoring a wonderful free-kick past David de Gea at Old Trafford, the highly rated Steven Defour was touted for great things during his time at Standard Liège - just check out his stats on Football Manager 2007.

Jose Mourinho started Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Romelu Lukaku together for the first time this season, but the two big forwards weren't looking like they were forming a deadly strike partnership as the Red Devils looked extremely sluggish in attack.

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Perhaps to clear the air, the 33-year-old concluded her argument with another tweet , simply writing, "Lol", along with a laughing emoji that had its tongue sticking out.

"It's the first Christmas without my father and I think that's the most hard one", he said.

"I need my players to believe in them [selves] and I need them to believe in me; to accept the risk and not be afraid to lose three or four".

Mourinho threw on Jesse Lingard and Henrikh Mkhitaryan at the start of the second half, as he plotted a way back into the match.

It was the latter who made the crucial contribution, back-heeling in Ashley Young's cross in the 53rd minute, then finishing from the edge of the box in the first minute of stoppage time.

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