Jose Mourinho said Tottenham’s 1-0 London derby vanquish to Chelsea was indeed more “painful” as his previous club were granted a definitive punishment that was “difficult to accept”.
There did not show up to be any complaints from Eric Dier after he stumbled Timo Werner within the to begin with half and official Andre Marriner pointed to the spot.
Jorginho changed over from 12 yards out to provide prevailing Chelsea a luxuriously merited Chief Alliance triumph, which seem have been more earnest within the driving rain at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Thursday.
Chelsea made it seven focuses from a conceivable nine beneath unused boss Thomas Tuchel, moving over Goads into 6th put.
Tottenham have presently misplaced three successive matches and were toothless without harmed captain Harry Kane as Mourinho endured back-to-back domestic alliance routs for the primary time in his administrative career.
In an interview with BT Sport, Mourinho said “It was a bit of a struggle but how many chances did they have? We didn’t have the ball, correct, we didn’t create in the first half, correct. But the struggle was the penalty. In the end a penalty decides the game.
“In the end they score a penalty which is not a penalty that you say is a dangerous situation, one on one, almost scoring. It’s a penalty that is difficult to accept and to lose the game like this is a bit painful.
“But in the second half we were different and Lucas [Moura] and [Erik] Lamela helped to change the dynamic. The feeling I have is that we kept together until the end. To finish with a positive spirit helps” Mourinho added
Carlos Vinicius should have snatched a point when he headed wide from close range late on in his first start and Mourinho felt Spurs deserved to avoid losing three successive Premier League games for the first time since November 2012.
“Vinicius is a player with an incredible spirit but his understanding of how to press is something he’s still not comfortable with,” said Mourinho.
“Then in the second half it was much more difficult for them, we pressed them much better and higher and in the second half I believe we deserved a little bit more,” he concludea.