Pep refuses to judge Jose over comments

Pep refuses to judge Jose over comments

Harry Kane's header was complemented by a Lucas Moura brace in a 3-0 defeat that represents the biggest home defeat of Mourinho's entire managerial career.

The Portuguese landed more digs at rivals including Mauricio Pochettino and Jurgen Klopp while hailing his past success with Real Madrid, Inter and Chelsea.

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola defenders under-fire Manchester United counterpart Jose Mourinho, insisting that there is "no doubt" about his ability.

"But we've got to get points and tonight's result wasn't good enough". They know they have more information than the rest of the world, the fans the media and everybody.

"At the final whistle as well, the way they were clapping the team was I think really respectful and really nice for us as players to receive after a disappointing result".

The Algeria winger joined City from Leicester for a club record £60 million ($77 million) and has settled well, according to his manager. We won it because it was our level.

"But he settled good".

The resultant lack of game-time eventually cost him a place in the 2018 World Cup winning French squad. I repeat, I have won eight titles. Javi Gracia at Watford is doing amazingly.

"You can't totally blame everything on the manager [Mourinho] - he hasn't helped - but he himself needed to be a lot stronger in the way he was trying to get himself going and he seemed to shy away from it", the former striker told Sky Sports The Debate.

"Last season we can not forget all the six contenders playing global competitions, not like the previous season when Chelsea didn't play there".

United fans had seen enough and some supporters took to Twitter to call Smalling an "embarrassment" while another urged him to "retire" following his poor second half display last night.

On the other hand, Mourinho has won the Champions League twice, with Porto and Inter Milan, and the Europa League with United two years ago.

"They are doing a fantastic job all of them".

"Tonight, personally for me, I don't really care about my performance", Shaw said. "I'm sure we will eventually", added the 44-year old. They do it most of the time.

While the Red Devils shipped three goals against Brighton and Spurs on Bank Holiday Monday, Burnley have been stuck in a rut themselves, conceding goals freely and failing to win in the top flight since April.