Jose Mourinho claims that Pogba should have been sent off during Manchester United’s 3-1 win at Tottenham on Sunday.

They played against a good team

The Premier League clash was marred by controversy as Red Devils striker Cavani in the first half for a foul on Son Heung-min Scott Scott McTominay in the build-up. But Paul Pogba escaped punishment earlier in the game when he tried to roll Serge Aurier, just to catch the full defender’s face with his hand.

He said that they played against a good team, a lot of strong players in midfield and they had great chances to score a second goal, hit the tree and were dominant during that period. According to him, his opinion was a good game and in his opinion, they did not deserve this result at all. Bad luck because perhaps Paul should get a red elbow card for Serge Aurier. When asked about United’s target that was expelled, Jose Mourinho said he knew nothing more about VAR. he looked at Fulham against Wolves. he didn’t understand anything else.

 

Despite Son’s goal, MU won the game

Despite Son opening 40 minutes in north London, United were able to rebound in the second half. Fred evened the score ahead of the hour mark when he threw in a rebound home after Edinson Cavani was hit by Hugo Lloris. Edinson then met Mason Greenwood’s cross to lead United into the lead with just over 10 minutes left. Then Greenwood got in the spot when he scored from close range after Paul let him down.

United have now won four Premier League matches in a row and remain in second place. They narrowed the gap to the Man City leaders to 11 points after the Guardiola’s men lost 2-1 to Leeds on Saturday. The Spurs, meanwhile, are further behind in the Champions League race as they are six points behind fourth-placed West Ham.