The Red Devils were stunned in the second half at Old Trafford as Harry Kane scored a header and Lucas Moura bagged a brace.
The result followed on from United’s defeat to Brighton the weekend prior, making it the Red Devils’ worst start to a season for 26 years.
Several reports have also suggested that there is unrest in the dressing room, mainly between Jose Mourinho and the players.
On Tuesday, Man United goalie David De Gea deleted a tweet from the social network.
De Gea’s tweet was a string of 20 trophy emojis.
The inference was clear: De Gea was referencing Man United’s 20 league titles in the club’s history.
Deleted De Gea tweet. Wonder what it was in reference to? pic.twitter.com/j7rXyJGlt6
— Simon Peach (@SimonPeach) August 28, 2018
De Dea was reacting to a tweet which discussed Jose Mourinho’s behaviour after the Tottenham game.
Again the inference seems clear. De Gea was offering support for his manager in public.
So why did De Gea delete his message? That’s unknown.