Paul Pogba sees red over Arsenal's Laurent Koscielny reaction to dismissal

Paul Pogba sees red over Arsenal's Laurent Koscielny reaction to dismissal

Paul Pogba sees red over Arsenal's Laurent Koscielny reaction to dismissal

As well as his anger at Pogba's treatment, Mourinho was frustrated at what he saw as Arsenal diving in the closing stages.

David de Gea's lightning reflexes have been beyond doubt for some time now but with Arsenal's shot-count hitting 15 on target, it was clear when all was said and done who José Mourinho's side were indebted to. "So people don't think about me, they don't care about me".

"We are second in the table".

"I think it was a fantastic game", Mourinho, whose United sides had managed only one goal in their previous seven aways to Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea, told reporters. The new Everton boss launched his reign against Huddersfield by ticking off the checklist he has employed to great success for most of his managerial career - be hard to beat, take the minimum of risks, keep a clean sheet, score a goal (or in this case, two) and collect three points. "We scored a third which is a good idea in a game like this".

Paul Pogba was shown a straight red card for a tackle on Hector Bellerin with just over a quarter hour to play in North London.

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His rivalries with Guardiola - whose side, now eight points clear of United at the top of the Premier League, United play at Old Trafford on December 10 - and Gunners boss Arsene Wenger are both well documented.

Two goals from Jesse Lingard and one from Antonio Valencia earned United the victory - Mourinho's first away against a top-six club since he arrived at Old Trafford.

"At the beginning we needed to be patient with Brighton's style, " said manager Jurgen Klopp, whose side have scored 12 goals in their past three Premier League away games."We needed to get used to it".

Until Pogba's dismissal, everything had looked ideal for United, for whom David De Gea was outstanding and was beaten only by Alexandre Lacazette just after the interval.

"Despite being 2-0 down we should have come back - we had enough chances", said Wenger, whose side are now fifth. "I thought the lads dug deep, especially in the first half when we were under pressure", added Lingard.

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