Tottenham got off to a blistering start to the season this campaign, albeit without their best performances, winning their first three Premier League games.
The biggest of these came against Manchester United, where Tottenham managed to stick three past De Gea in Pochettino’s first win at Old Trafford.
Goals from Harry Kane and Lucas Moura put United to the sword in the 3-0 victory, and heaped the pressure onto a struggling Mourinho, with many reporting that he didn’t have long left in Manchester.
Roll on two weeks or so, and United and Spurs are now in the exact same position in the league, with nine points from five games.
United have picked up their form and secured a couple of wins, while Tottenham slumped to back-to-back defeats at the hands of Watford and Liverpool.
Mourinho has now called for the press to start bothering another team, pointing at Tottenham in particular, instead of focusing on United’s shortcomings.
Jose told RedeTV: “Tottenham have now lost two straight. If there is equality of treatment, if there is equality in the way of looking and reporting, they will leave us and will start bothering others.”
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