Jose Mourinho slammed his Tottenham Hotspur players and referee Michael Oliver following Sunday’s north London derby defeat at Arsenal.
Mourinho accused some of his stars of ‘hiding’ during a poor first half – and also included himself in his scathing assessment – before criticising Oliver for awarding a second-half penalty.
Goals from Martin Odegaard and a penalty from Alexandre Lacazette cancelled out Erik Lamela’s brilliant opener.
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The Argentine was later sent off for a foul on Arsenal’s left-back Kieran Tierney.
And Commenting on the performance of his players and the controversial penalty awarded to Arsenal, Mourinho said:”The only two things that were positive in the first half were an amazing goal and the result – 1-1 was not a fair reflection of that first half where they dominated us. We were very poor.
“Some important players hiding. I’m not even going…
Source: Complete Sports