- Jose Mourinho is not impressed with Tottenham’s draw at Bournemouth on Thursday
- Spurs were denied a penalty during the game after Harry Kane was fouled in the box
- The Tottenham boss stormed out of the press conference after the game
Following the 0-0 draw with Bournemouth Thursday at the Vitality stadium, unimpressed Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho walked out of the post-match conference after he blamed technical difficulties.
The ‘Special One’ was expected to react to the just concluded game after his side failed to grasp all crucial three points in a bid to boost their chances of reaching European competition next season.
And as a result of the lockdown, the Portuguese tactician Mourinho was due to hold the press conference over video link.
Drama ensued when the Tottenham boss left the conference without responding to any question.
A voice is heard asking Mourinho: "Hello Jose, can you hear me?"
Oddly enough, Jose instantly replied "no" - before taking off his headphones and leaving.
Tottenham continue to languish in ninth position with 49 points and frustrated fans have taken to social media to trend #JoseOut, while many call for return of Mauricio Pochettino.
Spurs were denied a penalty in the course of the game when Josh King clearly pushed Harry Kane, but referee Paul Tierney ignored the appeals and VAR Michael Oliver agreed with the referee.
Meanwhile, Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Harry Winks has replied his manager Jose Mourinho after saying the team is too nice following the bust-up between Hugo Lloris and Heung-min Son.
The Portuguese born handler made the statement after the North Londoners were defeated by Wolverhampton Wanderers in March.
He added that it is only the 'Fair Play Cup' such nice teams win. Meanwhile, the former Chelsea and Manchester United boss described Lloris and Son back and forth on the pitch in Monday's victory over Toffees as “beautiful.”
Legit.ng earlier reported that Tanguy Ndombele has insisted that he would be leaving Tottenham in the summer after falling out with Jose Mourinho, reports claim.
The £65million club-record signing was an unused substitute in Spurs' 1-0 win over Everton in a Monday night Premier League fixture.
Ndombele has only played 19 minutes after clashing with the Portuguese boss, with his last start coming in the 1-1 draw against Burnley.
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