Manchester United beat Arsenal 3-1 to keep heat on City

David de Gea's performance was the "best from a goalkeeper in the world", according to Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho after his side's thrilling 3-1 win at Arsenal.

But Mauricio Pochettino must find a way of lifting struggling Spurs after they dropped two more points against Watford with a 1-1 draw at Vicarage Road that leaves them 15 points off the pace.

More: Watch De Gea's post-match interview with MUTV in the video player above.

Jose Mourinho revealed Paul Pogba was furious with Arsenal's Laurent Koscielny for his role in the red card that rules the Manchester United midfielder out of next weekend's summit meeting with Manchester City.

CSKA Moscow are set to visit Manchester on Tuesday, with Mourinho's men - who will still have Pogba at their disposal in Europe - looking to book their passage to the last-16 as winners of Group A.

"I didn't see the tackle", Mourinho said.

"I think that was the most important save but, like I said, the full team defended very well and fought for the three points".

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They comfortably held on despite Paul Pogba being sent off for a risky challenge late on, punishing Arsenal for early defensive mistakes.

"The grass is absolutely handsome - I think there is a desire to go onto the grass". "But I'm angry and disappointed because in the end we have nothing to show for it", Wenger told a news conference.

Discussing the Pogba red card, he said: "I don't know".

Inevitably, Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger saw the two penalty appeals differently to his old rival and he took a swipe at Marriner's performance.

Even so, Wenger acknowledged Arsenal had only themselves to blame for a loss that effectively ended their title bid.

Arsenal sent the decibel level soaring after a lightning-quick start to the second half as Lacazette lashed home Aaron Ramsey's pass to pull a goal back, and the home side came forward in waves, forcing De Gea to pull off an astounding double save to maintain United's lead. We were not decisive enough. "I thought the lads dug deep, especially in the first half when we were under pressure", added Lingard.


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