"No, just to finish, do you know what was the result?"
"I wanted to make sure the fans had from us what they deserve and wanted to be fair to them because they were fantastic". But Lucas Moura sealed the three points with a clinical strike two minutes after Kane's, before twisting the knife with another in the 84th minute.
"Keep trying. Keep trying".
Mourinho then left his seat repeating "respect, respect, respect" as he walked out of the press conference.
Mourinho was goaded with chants of "you're getting sacked in the morning" by the travelling Tottenham fans.
Jose Mourinho could only put on a fearless face for so long.
Three goals conceded: the same as in the last game at Brighton (another defeat) so nobody was doing a mental calculation of Mourinho's Premier League title haul as he turned on his heels and left the media room.
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Tottenham Hotspur head into tonight's Premier League clash away to Manchester United looking to maintain their 100% winning start to the new season. I am so happy because 3-0 in the second half it is like the coaching staff have an effect, but the credit goes to the players'.
Hugo Lloris kept his place in the Spurs goal and retained the captain's armband despite being arrested for drink driving in the early hours of Friday.
Yet his third season´s second time round at Chelsea and Madrid ended acrimoniously and a third campaign at United already looks like heading the same way.
"It is only the start of the season and we need to be consistent".
A minute later, they doubled their advantage when Christian Eriksen's cross was swept home by Lucas. Moura has been superb throughout.
It felt in some ways like a tender moment between one man and his disciples, but in others it was exactly what we have come to expect from Mourinho.
"Our fans don't read papers".
Mourinho stood in front of Old Trafford's Stretford End at the end of the game to applaud the home fans, who didn't boo his side at full-time despite the result.