Man Utd boss Mourinho: Do I feel under siege?

Man Utd boss Mourinho: Do I feel under siege?

Manchester United and Arsenal played out a rip-roaring draw as Jose Mourinho's men twice responded to freakish goals and secured a share of the spoils against Unai Emery's side.

Despite an improved performance against Arsenal, Mourinho is coming under increasing pressure as the gap widens between the top four and a place in next season's Champions League.

"Fulham is a big game", the summer signing from Porto said. One of the things have noticed in England is that there are no weak games in the Premier League.

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"I hope we can have Jamie for Crystal Palace, but I am not sure".

The 19-year-old always felt prepared for his chance in the "best league in the world", with his time on the sidelines and training under Mourinho aiding his adaptation.

"He was the first who sent me a message to say welcome back".

Dalot shields the ball from Arsenal's Alex Iwobi (Martin Rickett/PA).

"We could not control the game like we wanted for the 90 minutes, but for the second half it gives us confidence this draw". We could have lost this game, but a draw was a fair result. We will protect him, he has a little pain and I hope he can recover after 10 days. "He can play with us and be with us normally".

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Dalot's quick adaptation to life in Manchester has no doubt been aided by his near-flawless English. He told me, "welcome back, all the best".

Like Dalot, experienced centre-back Sokratis Papastathopoulos is looking to make an impact during his first season in the Premier League.

"The worst for us today was the news with Rob Holding".

"Yes, definitely it would be a hard one", he said.

"Surely you've got to find three or four players that you can pay a lot of money to that will give you the output you want". We had good chances.

I think we could have scored in the first half.

"Every manager would like to win, the desire is to win, but we have a great respect for Manchester. We have confidence and we have to win the next matches".

Claudio Ranieri's side are rock bottom of the Premier League table despite picking up a point against Leicester on Wednesday but the Portuguese full-back has already learned there are no easy games for United, who have not won any of their last four league matches.

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