- Tottenham vs Olympiacos game ended in another victory for Jose Mourinho
- The Portuguese manager's first home game almost ended in defeat after El Arabi and Semedo's early strikes
- But Harry Kane's double, Dele Ali and Serge Aurier's fantastic goals were all needed as Spurs thrashed their visitors
Tottenham vs Olympiacos ended in victory for Spurs as they rode to a comfortable 4-2 victory over the Greek side during a tough Champions League encounter on Tuesday night, November 26, in England.
Jose Mourinho's young-studded side exhibited loads of promises as they handed their new Portuguese manager a vital first home game win during the Group B encounter.
Tottenham came into the game full of confidence having secured a narrow 3-2 win over Premier League club West Ham in what signposted Mourinho's fourth-time return to the Premier League.
But it was the visitors who took the early lead through a 6th minute strike by Youssef El Arabi.
Pedro Martins' men proved their first goal was not a fluke with another wonderful strike by Ruben Semedo assisted by Guilherme.
With Tottenham going two nil down, Jose Mourinho made a decisive tactical change that saw Dier replaced by Christian Eriksen at the 29th minute.
Spurs got back into the game with Dele Ali's 46th minute superb strike that put the hosts' one leg into the first half of the game.
Harry Kane balanced the score-sheet at the second half through a 50th minute strike after receiving a beautiful Lucas Moura' assist.
The England international hit the net again all thanks to Eriksen's wonderful assist, but before then Jose Mourinho's side had taken the lead with Serge Aurier's fantastic goal assisted by Son at the 73rd minute.
The Premier League side recorded another remarkably and yet massive outing that handed their new coach a second win less than two weeks he took up the new role with the North London side.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Tottenham attacking midfielder Christian Eriksen has reportedly rejected a new £150k-a-week deal at the Premier League side in order to force a move to Real Madrid.
His current contract at Tottenham will expire at the end of the season which means Spurs will have to sell him in January 2020 so as not to lose the player for free.
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