'You can't buy class': Mourinho slams City over documentary

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REFEREE: Kevin Friend (ENG).

Watford, which has won its opening two games of the season for the first time in the Premier League era, had been winless in its last 12 away games and had not even scored on the road since January.

Manchester United suffered an early blow in this season's Premier League title race as they went down 3-2 to Brighton and Hove Albion at Amex Stadium on Sunday.

United didn't help themselves, though.

"The first half, I think you should ask him".

Barely two minutes had passed before defender Shane Duffy made it 2-0 with a low drive. "My attitude wasn't right", said Pogba, adding that his team mates also approached the game wrong. I think we answered a lot of them.

"That's quite damning and it makes you feel sorry for the Manchester United fans who have travelled all the way down here when they hear one of their star players say that", Redknapp told Sky Sports.

But after 25 minutes Brighton broke through, March producing another risky cross from the left and Murray's sublime flick steering the ball beyond De Gea and into the corner.

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One goal brought two for the Seagulls as two minutes later, they doubled their lead.

The story could have been very different for the visitors had Lukaku not wasted a huge chance to open the scoring when he pulled his shot wide of the near post 10 minutes in. "I can't remember another time when they got the ball to him".

Bailly's lunge saw referee Kevin Friend point immediately to the penalty spot and Gross, who scored the victor which kept his side up when the teams met in May, struck the ball down the middle of the net.

Guardiola hit back at Mourinho's comments, claiming the documentary wasn't disrespectful in any way.

Jose will hope come the end of this season he will can have some bragging rights over Pep and City, but for now he has to be content with complaining about documentaries produced about the English champions. From the start we knew it was a hard game to play playing against a smaller club than Manchester United but the attitude that we had is not like we wanted to beat them.

Pogba thumped a speculative effort well over with United struggling to make any headway against the well-organised home side - but after 34 minutes they found a way back, Shaw's bouncing, deflected ball into the area glanced home by Lukaku.

Brighton's Pascal Gross put the cap on their victory over Manchester United with a penalty.

Pogba stepped up to take the penalty and slammed the ball home into the top corner of the net with the last kick of the game.

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