Tottenham Hotspur head coach, Jose Mourinho, has become quite infamous for passing blame around when things do not go his way. Mourinho attacks his players, referees, injuries– anybody and anything else can take the blame but himself.
Mourinho attacks his players, referee after Arsenal loss
In characteristic fashion, Mourinho took aim at his players and centre referee, Michael Oliver after his Tottenham side suffered a 2-1 loss to Arsenal in the North London Derby.
Arsenal coming from behind to win through Martin Odegaard’s deflected strike and Alexandre Lacazette’s second-half penalty.
Arsenal had to come from behind to win the game with goals from Martin Odegaard and Alexandre Lacazette after going down to a stunning rabona goal by Erik Lamela in the first half.
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The Portuguese coach accused his players of ‘going missing’ in the game, and in a separate briefing, singled out Tanguy Ndombele and Gareth Bale for lacking intensity.
Mourinho also alluded to bad refereeing decisions by Michael Oliver in the penalty they conceded and the two yellow cards for Erik Lamela.