Mourinho blames the Gunners for 'diving' in Old Trafford clash
- Man United boss believes Arsenal were looking for a draw at Old Trafford
- He accuses the Gunners of diving and making the game stop now and again
- United were behind twice during the game
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has accused the Gunners of "diving and getting the game stopped" following the 2-2 draw at Old Trafford.
According to the Goal, the Portuguese claimed Unai Emery's side were "wanting the draw and waiting for the game to go to the end".
"We scored four goals and we drew 2-2. But we score four goals and even in matches like today where we play well, we always shoot ourselves," said Mourinho. "Sometimes we miss chances with an open goal, other times defensive mistakes, but fantastic spirit, good performances.
"I feel that is a moment where, for example, we play against the team that is at the top of their season, in a moment where everything goes well for them. That’s clearly a team on a high against a team with so many problems and the top of these problems, during football matches, we shoot ourselves.
"We had very good performances where we make mistakes and we are always punished. How many times are we the team with the big occasion in the start, but almost always, we don’t score, the opponent goes there and they don’t know how, but they are winning 1-0?
"It always happens and seems related to mistakes that we make, but sometimes we don’t have the feeling we played that really frustrates me. The frustration is the result, but the attitude was fantastic by everybody."
In the Man United clash the Gunners took the lead twice via Shkodran Mustafi and Alexandre Lacazette's efforts. United equalised twice, goals courtesy of Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard.