Tottenham Hotspur supervisor Jose Mourinho has revealed his frustration at extra particular person errors after his facet’s 1-1 draw with Fulham within the Premier League.
Spurs led at half-time due to a surprising Harry Kane aim however a nodded leveller from Ivan Cavaleiro noticed the factors shared and Mourinho mardy.
Supporters are equally aggravated having seen their facet drop factors towards Newcastle, West Ham, Crystal Palace, and Wolves, whereas additionally they missed out on a draw with Liverpool all attributable to late targets.
It’s a worrying theme for Tottenham and whereas Mourinho was upset he insisted the style of the outcome was lots completely different to a few of the others.
“Unhealthy outcome,” he instructed talkSPORT. “Not an excellent efficiency however sufficient to win as a result of within the first half we had nice possibilities to win. [Alphonse] Areola made a few unimaginable saves and we should always win 2-Zero or 3-Zero within the first half and the sport is over.
“Within the second half we didn’t play properly besides the sport was beneath management we had the largest likelihood of the sport with that Sonny [Heung-Min Son] shot after which out of a cross we misplaced a person within the field, free header and lose two factors.
“This time we had the probabilities and we missed the probabilities.
“In some matches away, I keep in mind, for instance, Wolves or Crystal Palace we have been successful 1-Zero and we didn’t create the probabilities to kill the sport after which we have been punished later.
“This time we had the probabilities to kill the sport and win it however in the event you don’t do it then you definately don’t concede targets like we did and it’s a nasty aim to concede.”
In the meantime, in an interview with Amazon Prime Sport, he added the blame for his or her slip ups comes from sure gamers committing errors.
Mourinho mentioned: “There are issues which are particular person – particular person qualities and particular person errors. Principally, I cannot say rather more than that.”