- Jose Mourinho jokingly told former Arsenal star, Kolo Toure, his stomach is getting bigger
- The duo ran into each other before Tottenham vs Leicester City clash
- Spurs ran off with a stunning 3-0 victory in the end, thereby improving their chances of playing in Europe next season
Tottenham Hotspur boss Jose Mourinho was definitely in a very good mood when he welcomed Leicester City to the White Hart Lane for their Premier League encounter on Sunday, July 19.
The Portuguese ran into former Arsenal and Manchester City defender Kolo Toure who has added weight since he retired from active football.
During their chit-chat before the game, Jose noticed the Foxes' assistant manager was already having a protruded stomach at the pitchside.
The former Manchester United boss, though, inaudible, but appeared to be telling Brendan Rodgers about his assistant's belly while they laughed it off before the game.
After the funny moment with Kolo, Mourinho and Rodgers ignored the social distance rules as they embraced each other before the encounter.
Meanwhile, Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas who watched the game from the comfort of his home tweeted: "Jose telling Kolo Toure he’s got a bit fat. Amazing".
Though they never worked together, the duo appears to enjoy a rich relationship not many knew about.
Tottenham ran off with three points at the end of the meeting and improved their chances of playing in Europe next season as they are sixth on the table with 58 points.
And they have just one more game against Crystal Palace away from home this season and they cannot avoid any slip-ups if they hope to play in the Europa League.
They are currently four points behind Manchester United who have two games left to play, and they have the chance of displacing Leicester in the fourth position to play Champions League football next campaign.
Legit.ng earlier reported that it was a rotten afternoon for Leicester City on Sunday afternoon, July 19, after Tottenham defeated the Foxes 3-0 with Harry Kane bagging a brace in a space of three minutes.
Two goals from Harry Kane and an own goal from James Justin ensured Jose Mourinho's men cruised to victory.
They also kept a clean sheet as they improved their chances of playing in Europe next campaign.