Man United produced a stunning comeback to beat Crystal Palace 3-2 on the Monday Night Football and they saved the best for last.
Palace had failed to win any of their previous 17 Premier League fixtures against United, scoring only five goals during that run, but set about rectifying that statistic with an 11th-minute opener.
United were quite simply awful in the first half, however, going behind to an Andros Townsend goal early in the piece and failing to muster any kind of positive response in the aftermath.
During their spat, Mourinho questioned Conte's integrity for becoming embroiled in a match-fixing scandal - from which the Italian was later exonerated - and the Blues boss responded by calling his rival a "little man".
"But then the attitude, the intensity, the quality, the dynamic, the risk were fantastic".
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Mourinho kept faith with Pogba, instead sending on Marcus Rashford for Scott McTominay at half-time.
The game was then an absorbing end-to-end battle as both sides attacked but United found the equaliser when Sanchez's shot was deflected onto the bar and came back for Lukaku who managed to find some space inside the area and fired home.
"Their second goal made things much more hard for us, but Chris Smalling's goal was very important".
Relegation-threatened Palace remain third bottom - a point from safety - having failed to win for the sixth successive game.
They were nearly pegged back again when Christian Benteke went up for a header, but fortunately for the visitors, it went wide of goal.
United welcomed pressure close to their own box for Palace's first, and Schlupp spotted Antonio Valencia pushed up before timing his quick free-kick to perfection as Van Aanholt sprinted through onside for the hosts' second.
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