- Jose Mourinho disrupted Son Heung-min's interview after Tottenham's 5-2 win over Southampton
- The Korean striker was awarded the man of the match after scoring four goals in the match
- The win was Mourinho's first in the new campaign after losing their opening fixture to Everton
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Jose Mourinho interrupted Tottenham's four-goal hero Son Heung-min's interview and said Harry Kane deserved to be given the Man-of-the-Match award.
Spurs bounced back from an opening day defeat to Everton to thrash Southampton by 5-2 at Saint Mary's and Son scored four goals in the match.
The Korean attacker was officially named the best player in the match but Mourinho thinks otherwise because Son's strike-partner Kane assisted all of his four goals.
During a post-match interview with Son, Mourinho walked into the middle of the discussion with BBC and asked: “Man of the Match – Harry Kane?"
Son replied: “Yes, I would say that.
“I will say that Harry is the Man of the Match because he scored one goal, he gave four assists.
“With Harry we were working together so long, this is the sixth season.
“We know each other, we want to have a good relationship on the pitch and even off the pitch.
“I think we work really, really hard to have a better relationship, even better than now.
“So obviously it’s not perfect, but we’re going to have a perfect relationship.”
Kane had a goal disallowed in the early minutes of the game after Son was spotted in an offside position during the build-up.
But the Spurs captain scored the last goal in the win over Southampton to open his account for the season.
Trouble for Mourinho as top star who scored 4 goals in 1 match set to miss Chelsea, Man United games
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Jose Mourinho and Dele Alli have fallen out before the Premier League defeat to Everton, Aston Villa legend Gabriel Agbonlahor claims.
The Englishman was subbed off at half time and Agbonlahor claims he got the information from a likely source that both player and manager are not on good terms.
Agbonlahor told talkSPORT: “I feel like they need a No. 10 as well because I’m hearing from a good source that Dele Alli and Mourinho have fallen out.”
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