World News – GB – Jose Mourinho mocks Eric Dier’s toilet break in Carabao Cup win


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Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho could see Eric Dier’s funny side leave the pitch halfway to his side’s Carabao Cup victory over Chelsea

Dier had a call of the wild in the second half of the fourth round draw, which Spurs won 5-4 on penalties after finishing 1-1 in 90 minutes

Mourinho followed his player to the locker room to squeeze him as Spurs contested the game with 10 men at the time and he was happy he did as the defender scored in the shootout

Mourinho responded with humor when it was pointed out that rushing to the bathroom can have the opposite effect

Dier was selected 48 hours after appearing in Sunday’s Premier League draw against Newcastle and Mourinho said the incident was the result of his extra workload

« With Eric you can imagine what happened », said Mourinho « For him leaving the pitch it was easy to imagine what happened He knew it, I was just pushing him to come back as soon as possible, because more changes, and one less player is the consequence of something not human that he did, which was to play two matches completely dehydrated, tired, without energy in the muscles

A long night looked at the cards as Spurs, playing without a recognized striker on the pitch, slipped behind in the 19th minute to score Timo Werner’s opening goal at Chelsea

But Mourinho’s men improved over the night and deservedly leveled in the 83rd minute thanks to Erik Lamela, who sent him on penalties

The first nine kicks were successfully converted before Mason Mount missed the decisive to send Spurs to the quarter-finals

This gave Mourinho a first managerial victory over Frank Lampard and the duo ended the night as friends, although it heated up in the middle of the first half

Mourinho took offense at his chatting former midfielder when the Portuguese appealed for a foul and offered him some advice, mixed with a few swear words

« With Frank, the most important thing is my feelings for him rather than the words we exchanged », said Mourinho « I owe him everything he gave me, he always has me gave all he had as a player and I never forget him

« My feelings towards him will always be feelings of what I owe him for how much he was an amazing player, a friend

« The only thing I was telling him, just an opinion from an old coach to a talented young coach, was when players need us is when they lose, when they win, we don’t. don’t have to be the protagonists on the sideline, we have to be there when they lose

« In the last game, when they lost 3-0, I felt really sorry for him because he was sad and calm in his chair »

He said: « We were having fun on the line I get along well with Jose and I think he told me that

« I commented on the fact that he seemed to be talking more with the referee than with his players so it’s just a moment with us I have immense respect for Jose no matter what he said on the touchline

« I think he felt the meaning of the first half and how it was. Everything was fine at the end of the game and that will never change »

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World news – UK – Jose Mourinho mocks Eric Dier’s toilet break in the Carabao Cup victory



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