Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho has taken a swipe at Arsenal’s type in the last diminutive’s of the conflict at Old Trafford, claiming they dived and wasted instant.
The two sides played out a thrilling 2-2 draw, with Arsenal taking the lead twice only to be pegged rear nearly instantly on each instant.
Mourinho attributed the draw to his defenders’ lack of fitness, having been hit by an injury crisis, and felt Arsenal chose to wind down the clock quite than exploit their tiredness.
“Our defenders were dead. It was impossible to take them out,” Metro UK quoted Mourinho as saying behind the game.
“David de Gea had the ball, waits two minutes for them to recover positions, step by step, or was kicking stretched.
“When he was kicking stretched, it was Lukaku and Rashford against five Arsenal players.
“Our defensive players they were totally dead. Completely dead. And that made it more arduous to stash that happiness for the 95 minutes.
“In the final portion of the game was Arsenal wanting the draw, diving, getting the game stopped, waiting for the game to proceed to the complete.
“And was us dead. All the defensive players were dead. All of them in trouble. All of them physically in trouble. Which is obviously normal because of the circumstances.”