Jose Mourinho gives brilliant response to Spurs 4-2 comeback win over Olympiacos

Jose Mourinho gives brilliant response to Spurs 4-2 comeback win over Olympiacos

- Jose Mourinho produces another brilliant yet weird response to how he inspired Spurs to win over Olympiacos

- Tottenham cruised to a massive victory in Mourinho's first home game with a dramatic comeback

- Spurs were going 2-1 down in the first half but the Portuguese manager made a tactical change that proved the difference

Jose Mourinho once again justified his 4th-time return to Premier League as Tottenham manager with a massive first home game win over Greek side Olympiacos.

Spurs' young-studded side exhibited loads of promises with another impressive yet heroic display that complemented their 3-2 victory over West Ham.

Tottenham were two-nil down in the first 20 minutes of the first half after El Arabi and Semedo's early strikes, but Mourinho quickly made a decisive tactical change that saw Dier replaced by Christian Eriksen in the 29th minute.

The EPL giants would later stage an epic comeback to coast to victory all thanks to Harry Kane's double, Dele Ali and Serge Aurier's fantastic goals.

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After the victory, Mourinho was asked by journalists what he told his players which inspired them to the a cool comeback.

In his usually humorous way, the Portuguese manager gave a wield response that gifted the club's Amazon Prime show as promotional boost.

"I think if you wait a few months and you buy the Amazon movie you will find out," the 53-year-old rejoined.

Mourinho replaced Mauricio Pochettino who was sacked by the North London side.

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Meanwhile, had reported that Jose Mourinho has reeled out his desire to win third Champions League title with Premier League top side Tottenham HotSpurs ahead of his side's home game with Olympiacos.

The Portuguese, 56, had won Champions League titles on two occasions with Italian giants Inter Milan and Portuguese champions FC Porto.

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