- Liverpool vs Tottenham's Premier League match ended in a defeat for Spurs
- Jose Mourinho has claimed that his team deserved not to lose the encounter
- Tottenham are now occupying second position on the Premier League table
Mourinho who is the gaffer of Premier League side Tottenham has claimed that his wards were supposed to win their encounter against Liverpool at Anfield on Wednesday night, December 16.
Tottenham who were on top of the Premier League table before the duel lost against Liverpool with Brazilian striker Roberto Firmino netting the winner for the Premier League champions.
The victory sent Jurgen Klopp and his wards to the top of the League table and they have now established a three-point gap between them and second-placed Spurs.
According to the report on UK Sun, Jose Mourinho explained that he told Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp that his players deserved to win the Premier League tie.
"I told him the best team lost. He disagreed, but that's his opinion.
"By the way, if I behave on the touchline the same way he does, I have no way to stay there and I'm out one minute after.
"That's animated or do you want me to take the table with the time from the fourth official's hands to see what happens to me. For some reason I am different and that's sad."
Tottenham will be facing Leicester City in their next Premier League game and Jose Mourinho and his men will want to seek redemption in the tie.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp found a replacement for Barcelona target, Georginio Wijnaldum ahead of the January transfer window.
The Dutch midfielder has been heavily linked with a move to Camp Nou since the arrival of Ronald Koeman in the summer.
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Though the financial crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic forced the Catalans to hold off on their quest to sign the 30-year-old, the manager has now stepped up his bid for the Reds star.
Wijnaldum will be free to speak with the Spanish League outfit from next month with his current deal with the Anfield outfit set to expire at the end of this season.
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