Jose Mourinho Mocks His Own Team's Performance Against Ludogorets With Brilliant Instagram Post
Spurs managed to secure all three points in their Group J clash in Bulgaria.
In his 300th appearance for the club, Harry Kane bagged his 200th goal for Tottenham; a header in the 13th minute.
Lucas Moura and Giovani Lo Celsco went on to secure a relatively comfortable 3-1 win at the Huvepharma Arena but despite their dominance, a far-from-satisfied Jose Mourinho made his feelings known on Instagram.
The 57-year-old posted a picture of himself eating some crisps in the Spurs dressing room alongside the caption: "When you win but you don't play especially well."
Mourinho's recent Instagram activity has been a triumph, to say the least.
Following the club's dismal display against Royal Antwerp last week in their Europa League campaign, the former Manchester United and Chelsea boss posted a grumpy-looking picture on the team bus.
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"Bad perfomances deserve bad results. Hope everyone in this bus is as upset as I am. Tomorow 11 AM training." he wrote.
Jose Mourinho's Instagram is goated pic.twitter.com/HB9FSAIas3
- TC. (@totalcristiano) October 28, 2020
In all seriousness, Mourinho was delighted with Spurs' 3-1 win against Ludogorets on Thursday evening after a damning defeat last week.
"We started the game with ambition, which was different to what we did in Antwerp." he told reporters after the full-time whistle.
"So good attitude to start. We tried to kill the game in the first half. It was not possible with 2-0 because 2-0 the result is still open, but tt was a strong start and performance with two good goals and hitting the post.
"We completely dominated and I don't remember one single situation for them of danger. That made a difference because in Antwerp we gave an advantage to the opponent and then when they were good they were winning.
"They closed everything the way they could and we couldn't react."
Featured Image Credit: Jose Mourinho/instagram/PA
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