Jose Mourinho insists “if there’s a secret to be taken seriously” as he approaches a FIFTH League Cup and has a chance to end Tottenham’s 13-year trophy drought after playing his “biggest game at Spurs” won against Brentford
- Jose Mourinho led Tottenham to the Carabao Cup final this year
- The Portuguese boss is about to end the club’s 13-year trophy drought
- At full-time, Mourinho said the only secret was to respect the competition
- Spurs will face either Manchester City or United in the Wembley final
Tottenham are one win away from ending their 13-year trophy drought after reaching the Carabao Cup final.
Goals from Moussa Sissoko and Son Heung-Min against Brentford, who finished the game with 10 men, sent Spurs to Wembley, where Jose Mourinho is looking to get his hands on the trophy for the fifth time against his former club Manchester United or Manchester City.
Spur’s last trophy was the 2008 League Cup, but Mourinho has won this competition more than anyone and no manager has lifted it more than the Portuguese manager who has triumphed four times.