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Jose Mourinho's team took a 2-0 first leg lead into the second leg of their Europa League last 16 tie with Dinamo Zagreb on Thursday night and no doubt expecting to make it into the next round.
Instead it was Zagreb, whose previous manager resigned earlier in the week after being found guilty of fraud and embezzlement, who went through.
Mislav Orsic scored twice in the second half to take the game to extra time, before rounding off his hat-trick to take the Croatians into the quarter finals.
However it seems whoever was running Hart's Instagram account got confused, with his story reading 'Job Done' with a big green tick, before later being deleted, oops!
What is this pls???? Joe Hart official with the caption 'job done':sob::sob::sob: pic.twitter.com/sbLU9JUQUx- eve (@elslwlr2) March 18, 2021
No way did joe hart post this but delete it straight after :sob::sob: pic.twitter.com/FLri1lVAZL- :bee: (@LJxmes) March 18, 2021
Good morning,- Clayts (@claytsfm) March 19, 2021
Joe Hart thought Spurs went through last night.
Have a good day. pic.twitter.com/KZJfHX6kTI
SO..- mark carlaw (@mcrugrid) March 19, 2021
- Joe Hart plays for Spurs
- He was on the bench last night
- Yet believes they actually won the tie
:joy: please never change Spurs pic.twitter.com/89CIxx86sa
Joe Hart when he reveals he's been an Arsenal fan all along: pic.twitter.com/ShC8kRmrN6- ~ J A H I D ~ (@MadAboutMari) March 18, 2021
You'd certainly have to hope it was someone else running the account, considering the former England number one was sat on the bench as Zagreb embarrassed the Premier League side.
After the match Jose Mourinho went into the home side's dressing room to congratulate them on their well deserved win.
The Spurs boss was not as kind to his players though, blaming their attitude, "I'm disappointed with the difference of attitude between one team and the other," Mourinho said at full time.
"I feel sorry that my team - I belong to that team - is the team that didn't bring to the game not just the basics of football but, I believe, the basics of life, which is to respect our jobs and to give everything."
Featured Image Credit: PA/Instagram
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