Jose Mourinho walked out of his post-match press conference, after Manchester United’s 3-0 defeat to Tottenham.
Mourinho left the room demanding “respect” from the reporters and held up three fingers to signify the number of Premier League titles he has won.
"I won more Premierships alone than the other 19 managers together," Mourinho said.
"Three for me and two for them.”
Pressure mounts on ‘The Special One’, after United suffered two defeats in their opening three games, which is the Red Devils worst start to the season since 1992-93.
United began the game strongly and could have had the lead, if Romelu Lukaku converted his attempt on an open goal.
United’s free flowing football in the opening half sparked praise from former Manchester United captain and TV pundit Gary Neville.
“Before the game my last words were this won't be vintage Manchester United, it won't be expressive and it will be dogged,” Neville said on Sky Sports.
“Then in the first five minutes I thought what the hell is this?”
“Normally we'd associate Jose's teams with a level of control and organisation, but tonight there was a real frantic nature to it. There was a real intensity to the first half-an-hour.”
But the missed opportunities in the opening half came back to bite the Red Devils, as Harry Kane found space from a corner to head Tottenham into the lead.
Brazilian winger Lucas Moura then doubled the lead two minutes later, with a superbly timed strike.
Moura then scored his third goal in two games when he glided past Chris Smalling with six minutes remaining.
The 3-0 victory was the Spurs biggest win over United at Old Trafford since 1972.
A stone-faced Mourinho left the field applauding the Manchester United fans that stayed until the final whistle, while Tottenham fans could be heard chanting ‘you’re getting sacked in the morning’.
Earlier in the week Mourinho was involved in a tense news conference, arriving 30 minutes early to defend his relationship with executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward, before leaving after four minutes and 19 seconds.
Mourinho praised his side in his post match press conference and took aim at the negativity surrounding United.
"You want to make the miracle of my team played so well and strategically we were so, so, so, so, so, so good, and you want to try and transform this press conference into let's blame the guy," Mourinho said.
Mourinho has won the Premier League title more than the rest of the competition’s current coaches combined, having won three titles in two spells as Chelsea manager, while Pep Guardiola and Manuel Pellegrini have one to their names, each at Manchester City.
The Portuguese manager won his most recent Premier League crown three years ago.
United will aim to return to the winners list when they travel to Burnley on Monday morning.
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