Chelsea defeat Jose Mourinho, attacks Dele Alli and says the playmaker hasn’t been acceptable since he’s been Tottenham chief as he protects their woeful assaulting show in Chelsea rout.
- Tottenham drooped to their third straight Premier League rout on Thursday
- The misfortune to Chelsea places them eighth in the table, seven focuses off the best four
- Manager Jose Mourinho made a dive at ousted Dele Alli in his post-coordinate remark
Jose Mourinho has hit out at Dele Alli with another correspond as the Tottenham boss attempts to get the pieces after a third consecutive Premier League rout.
Spikes drooped to a disappointing 1-0 destruction by Chelsea on Thursday night, the first occasion when they have lost three straight Premier League matches since the times of Andre Villas Boas.
Also, Spurs were reprimanded for the meek idea of their showcase and absence of assaulting purpose.
Mourinho, tested after the match on why they appeared to be so submissive, highlighted the injury list just as the nonappearance of Alli, who is fit to play.
‘(Sergio) Reguilon implies something for our assaulting football,’ Mourinho said. ‘Harry Kane implies something to our assaulting football.
‘Giovani Lo Celso implies something and a decent Dele Alli that we haven’t had at this point additionally implies something to that. It additionally is about not having the players to change things. It’s likewise about the certainty.’
Kane is at present out with a lower leg issue supported in the 3-1 annihilation by Liverpool a week ago while Reguilon is harmed with a muscle issue.
Alli, then, has been unfancied by Mourinho since the time he supplanted Mauricio Pochettino as Spurs supervisor. The assaulting midfielder has just played multiple times this season, fundamentally in cup rivalries. His last appearance was in the FA Cup prevail upon non-League Marine.
In any case, Tottenham kept hold of the England worldwide in the January move window, regardless of interest from the now PSG manager Pochettino.
Chelsea edged their London rivals when Jorginho changed over from the punishment spot after an unnecessary foul from Eric Dier on Timo Werner in the principal half.
In spite of Spurs seeking after an objective, Mourinho didn’t welcome Gareth Bale on anytime and was shy over his thinking.
‘I’m giving a valiant effort. He’s putting forth a valiant effort. Everyone is giving a valiant effort.’
Tottenham’s next opportunity to get back to rewards ways is on Sunday, when they have Sam Allardyce’s West Brom.