“That’s fantastic for me”: Jose Mourinho insists his Tottenham players are “not happy” with the Chelsea draw and praises “a complete change in mentality and personality” on his team
- Tottenham remained at the top of the Premier League with a 0-0 draw at Chelsea
- Frank Lampard’s Blues dominated possession and chances on Sunday
- Jose Mourinho claims his side are unhappy with the draw at Stamford Bridge
- The Portuguese coach claims he is changing a mentality in his squad
Jose Mourinho revealed that his Tottenham players are unhappy with their 0-0 draw at Chelsea on Sunday despite having achieved little in front of the goal at Stamford Bridge.
Spurs clung to the top of the Premier League with the goalless draw with their London rivals despite Frank Lampard’s Blues dominating possession over Mourinho’s men and Mason Mount having the best chances of the game in the second half.
Tottenham have only won one league win at Stamford Bridge in the last 30 years, but Mourinho claimed his side are changing their mentality by playing against Chelsea.
Jose Mourinho claims his Tottenham players are not happy with their 0-0 draw at Chelsea
Spurs held first place in the Premier League with a goalless draw in the Blues on Sunday
The Portuguese coach told Sky Sports: “The only thing I take out of the game is that a draw here is usually a positive result. It’s also positive to stay at the top of the league.
‘My dressing room is not happy. That’s the best thing I take out of the game, we’re not happy and that’s fantastic for me. This is a complete change in mentality and personality.
“You can tell us we didn’t have many chances and I agree, but how many did you have? I am happy that we are not satisfied with a draw at Stamford Bridge.”
Tottenham had their own scoring opportunities. Serge Aurier forced Edouard Mendy to save in the first half, while Steven Bergwijn scored a glorious chance from inside the box.