Jose Mourinho has taunted Arsene Wenger yet again following Manchester United's 1-1 draw with Arsenal at Old Trafford, where the Gunners scored in the last minute of the game to take a point. United had taken the lead before the 70th minute through Juan Mata but Olivier Giroud and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, both coming off the bench, combined to take a crucial point for the Gunners.
The Portuguese manager has an unbeaten record against the Frenchman in the league, drawing seven times and winning five, something he was keen to highlight after the game. The Gunners have also gone 12 years without winning the title, while Mourinho won his last league titles a couple of seasons back with Chelsea, taking his total tally to three.
Mourinho went on to add that Wenger, despite the stability afforded to him, has failed to build a Championship winning squad. The former Chelsea man has won two Champions League titles, with Porto and Inter Milan, and has won the league title in Italy, England, Portugal and Spain.
"The Arsenal manager hasn't won a championship in 14 years. I haven't won a championship in 18 months. He, in 14 years, failed to build a team to be champion. I've been here for four months. And the demand is only for me and not for others," Mourinho said, as quoted by the Mirror.
"It must be because of the career I've made. Because I got to the clubs and always won right away. "And this is a more difficult reality, because it is an extremely difficult competition, with teams being prepared for a lot longer, with excellent players, with excellent coaches.
"Manchester really live in a period that needs stability. A stability that the club wants to give me, a stability that the club gives me, a stability that the fans give me, but that the press does not accept very well," he added.