Jose Mourinho's side was under pressure to get a win following last Sunday's 3-2 loss to Brighton and Fred almost gave them a dream start when he chested down a loose ball in Spurs' penalty area and fired a low volley into the side netting. "Do you know what was the result?"
"I need to know from you [reporter] what is the most important thing if it is is to play well or win matches?" It gives Spurs a maximum nine points from three games, placing them second to Liverpool on goal difference.
Monday night was nothing short of a disaster for Manchester United.
He then got up and left the room, repeating: "Respect, respect, respect".
Tottenham hadn't even scored in losing on their four previous trips to Old Trafford under Mauricio Pochettino.
Against Tottenham, Mourinho's team fell apart in the second half after falling behind to Harry Kane's 50th-minute goal.
All eyes will be on Manchester United will do as Mourinho wishes by the end of the week.
Mourinho later walked out of the news conference waving three fingers to emphasis the Premier League titles he has won and angrily demanding "respect, respect, respect" from the reporters.
"Jose Mourinho has fallen out with Manchester United's directors for the same reasons Conte did at Chelsea - not getting the players he wanted - and it is not a happy camp at Old Trafford".
As well as Mourinho, the spotlight was on goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, who captained Tottenham days after being charged with drunken driving.
Nemanja Matic was one of six United alterations, with the defensive midfielder forming part of a back three. "They were better in the first half but we dominated from then on". Romelu Lukaku rounded Hugo Lloris but sent his shot on the angle wide of the open goal from 12 yards.
Shortly after halftime, Spurs punished some feeble defending.
For the first time in 25 years, Manchester United has lost two of its first three Premier League matches, and the club appears to have entered in a bit of an early-season crisis. Moura has been superb throughout.
Likely fed up with rumors and recent results, Mourinho demanded respect despite his club's 1-0-2 record to begin the season.
Mourinho added: "I don't think it's normal for a team to lose at home and (the fans) react like that".