​​Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho stormed out of his press conference which took place at Old Trafford after his side's heavy loss to ​Tottenham on Monday evening.  


The Red Devils fell to a 3-0 defeat to ​Spurs as ​Harry Kane's header and a double from Lucas Moura saw off Mourinho's men, as the Portuguese boss continues to find himself under intense pressure at Old Trafford. 

The first saw Kane score a looping header before Moura tucked a strike away from 12 yards. The Brazilian's second was a fine individual goal as his surging run from the centre saw him burst past defender Chris Smalling before finishing beyond De Gea.


Speaking to ​Sky Sports after the game, Mourinho said: "We work all week, and by the strategic point of view we didn't lose, by the tactical point of view we didn't lose, but we lost the game.

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"At half-time the result should be two goals different minimum, 2-0, 3-1, 3-0. And then something changed the game a little bit." 


Mourinho spoke highly of the fans after the game, claiming they were all behind the team, which was shown at full time. 


He added: "They answer in an absolutely amazing way. I don't think it's normal for a team to lose 3-0 at home, and for the supporters to react in that way."

During his press conference after the game, Mourinho stormed out when he was questioned over ​United's fans leaving early


As quoted by ​Sky Sports, he said: "What was the result? 3-0. Do you know what this means? 3-0, but also means three Premierships, and I won more Premierships alone, than the other 19 managers together. Three for me, and two for them." 


As he left the press conference he repeatedly said the word 'respect'.