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Mourinho hits new low as Spurs suffer loss

Mourinho hits new low as Tottenham suffer another defeat

February 21, 2021 By Emmanuel K. Budu-Annor
The Portuguese manager oversaw yet another defeat as Spurs' top-four charge was thrown in disarray.

Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho landed yet another unwanted feat after his side suffered defeat in their Premier League encounter with West Ham on Sunday. The 58-year-old Portuguese coach's side were put to the sword at the London Stadium as the Hammers run away with a 2-1 win.

David Moyes' men had a flying start, opening the scoring through Michail Antonio inside the first five minutes. The hosts' advantage was then doubled right after play resumed for the second half with new-boy Jesse Lingard grabbing his third Premier League goal in four appearances. Lucas Moura subsequently rekindled optimism for Tottenham by pulling one back in the 64th minute but any hope of a comeback was squashed with their London rivals holding on till the end.

While the win elevated West Ham into the top-four, Tottenham saw their chances of finishing in that region diminishing further. The White Lilies now sit in ninth position after accumulating just 36 points from 24 league outings. For manager Jose Mourinho, the defeat was the first he had ever suffered against any side managed by David Moyes. Since taking over the reins as the head coach of the North London club, the former Chelsea and Manchester United manager has accrued 81 points after 50 league matches, the lowest total he has managed at this stage in his managerial career and the worst-ever for a Spurs manager since Juande Ramos.


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