"If you want to analyse well, watch the difference between them and us and then you will see", he said.
"United will be confident going into the game because of what has happened this weekend for City, even though it has been a good week for City too, as they've scored three late winners and have taken maximum points".
Pogba sarcastically applauded Marriner as he headed for the tunnel and United boss Mourinho made it clear the France star wasn't happy with the decision or his worldwide team-mate's part in it.
But if anyone can, it's probably Man United, who now lead the rest of the Premier League pack and sit eight points behind their "noisy neighbours". "I just know that Paul is frustrated and a bit disappointed with his [France] colleague [Laurent Koscielny] for his reaction, because everyone knows Paul is a clean player and it was not his intention".
'We had a spell where we had four shots and everything went in, this time it was the opposite'.
"Everyone will have believed they should have won those matches, but they've made it hard for themselves and haven't been at their best", Neville added.
Mourinho, who has claimed in the past he is treated differently to other managers, was sent to the stands by referee Craig Pawson for stepping onto the field during stoppage time of the 1-0 win at Southampton in September. Arsenal played in some period awesome attacking football - creating difficulties for us.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger said De Gea was "absolutely outstanding".
Arsenal got its goal from Alexandre Lacazette, and sits fifth with 28 points.
"You have to dictate from the start and show strength in duels from the back", Wenger said.
'We need to make sure that when we create chances in a big game we score and don't make mistakes.
The French ace, 24, won both the League Cup and Europa League during his first season back in the English game, but believes that analysis was distorted because of his price tag.