Jose Mourinho was left fuming after drawing to relegation candidates Bournemouth last night with Harry Kane being denied a penalty shout in the first half.
Tottenham Hotspur failed to register a shot on target in the entire 90 minutes, the first time since 2015.
Speaking in the post-match conference Mourinho chose to focus on the penalty incident rather than the general performance of his team.
“The game had the most important moment – you know when, you know who – and I don’t want to say anything more in relation to that because everyone knows and I don’t need to say much more. Everybody knows.”
“The same referee that was the VAR against Sheffield United. In the world, everybody knows that is a penalty. And I say everybody, I mean everybody. It’s not just my opinion, everyone in the world, everybody knows that is a penalty. And when I say everybody, I say everybody, everybody.
“I am not saying that Harry Kane scores 100 per cent of his penalties, but it is very very high. Normally at minute five we would be winning 1-0 against a team in trouble, I think the game would be completely different.
“Like Sheffield, the man of the match was not one of the players. But at Sheffield I could blame myself and the players, today I could not do that.”