Tottenham Hotspur sank to their first defeat under Jose Mourinho this week as they travelled to Old Trafford in Manchester to lose 2-1 to the Special One’s old team.
Before this loss, Mourinho had led Spurs to three consecutive wins across all competitions, scoring an impressive ten goals in that time.
However, with the Man United game included, Spurs have now conceded two goals in every game so far under Jose Mourinho, a real thorn in the side of the team right now.
Tottenham take on Burnley this weekend with an immediate chance to bounce back in the Premier League and keep pace with their rivals fighting it out for the top four.
Jose Mourinho has now revealed that he was not happy with the attitude of the dressing room after the United loss, claiming that there was a sad atmosphere.
Instead, he claims that he wants to see rage and anger from his players when they lose a game.
#thfc Mourinho on United defeat: "I told the players [it] was a sad dressing room & that's not what I like after a defeat. After a defeat you cannot be sad. You have to be more than that. You have to be raging. Being sad is not going to solve your problems."
— Dan Kilpatrick (@Dan_KP) December 6, 2019
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