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04 December 2017, 01:16 | Nina Mathis
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But it was De Gea who took the plaudits after he made some magnificent saves - with 14 in total - and was beaten only by a close-range shot from Alexandre Lacazette.
De Gea was asked afterwards whether it was the best performance of his career, but the 27-year-old told BT Sport: "It's a win and I think all the team defends really well for the 90 minutes".
Discussing the Pogba red card, he said: "I don't know".
United looked safe when Lingard grabbed a third but they were clinging on after Pogba saw red for stamping on Hector Bellerin.
Danny Welbeck and Alexandre Lacazette, appealed in vain for penalties and, with his tongue firmly in his cheek, Mourinho said: "I know the pitch is fantastic and maybe breeds a desire to go to the floor".
While Mourinho was coy about the derby, he was effusive in his praise of his players after they won at the Emirates for the first time since 2014, ending their long run of futility in away league games against top-six opponents.
'I played against him when he was at Real Madrid and he's a different player to what he was then.
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Despite the strength of United's counter-attacking and defensive display, the brunt of the attention was fixated on Arsenal's failure to capitalise on their consistent domination and understandably, the fans collectively voiced their frustrations with their team's result, despite the strong performance they put in over the ninety minutes.
The scoreline flattered United with Arsenal playing with verve and pummeling De Gea's goal.
"Last night I watched Napoli v Juventus on TV and we watched a top-class referee".
Lacazette got one back but Lingard's second sealed the points. "David was wonderful. When they had the two or three clear chances David was there so we are very happy".
Even so, Wenger acknowledged Arsenal had only themselves to blame for a loss that effectively ended their title bid.
Pogba produced one of the best moments of the match when the club record signing managed to hold off Laurent Koscielny before he found Jesse Lingard with a precise pass to make it 3-1.
"But I'm angry and disappointed because we had nothing to show for it". We had enough chances.
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