Manchester United’s Jose Mourinho sent a message to pundit Gary Neville following the 2-2 draw with Arsenal.
But the Special One wasn’t calling out the former Red Devils defender for comments made with the heat on the Old Trafford boss.
Neville has been openly critical of United at times this season – and their Portuguese manager.
United drew 2-2 with Arsenal on Wednesday night, a performance “full of soul” according to the former Chelsea and Real Madrid boss.
Mourinho had defensive issues with Victor Lindelof, Phil Jones, Antonio Valencia all injured. Suspension also kept Ashley Young out of the side.
But it was the performance of Diogo Dalot at full-back which drew interesting his comments.
“Gary Neville must be thinking now Manchester United has a very good right-back for ten years,” Mourinho told the BBC.
“There was big soul by the players, fantastic attitude from the first minute.
“We should win the game. We made two big mistakes for the goals.
“The second goal comes in an awful moment when the team was on top of the game.”
“We drew 2-2, but we scored four goals, and even when we play well we always shoot ourselves.
“Reality is, in last four matches we didn’t lose. Bad results yes, but we didn’t lose.”