Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho has hit again at Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for claiming Heung-min Son ‘conned’ officers in Sunday’s 3-1 defeat to Manchester United.
Purple Devils striker Edinson Cavani thought he had given his facet the lead towards Spurs when he fired previous Hugo Lloris within the first-half.
Nonetheless, VAR disallowed the purpose as Scott McTominay was adjudged to have fouled Son with an unintentional flick within the face within the build-up,
Regardless of Son opening the scoring within the 40th minute, United turned the sport round due to second-half objectives from Fred, Cavani and Mason Greenwood.
However it didn’t cease United boss Solskjaer claiming Son had ‘conned’ officers by falling to the bottom after contact from McTominay.
He mentioned: “We shouldn’t be conned.
“I’ve to say, if my son stays down for 3 minutes and he wants his 10 mates to assist him up, he received’t get any meals.
“We weren’t conned, the referee was.”
Solskjaer’s feedback prompted a fierce response from Mourinho, who insisted Son was ‘very fortunate’ to have a father that may be a ‘higher individual’ than the Norwegian.
He mentioned: “Sonny may be very fortunate that his father is a greater individual than Ole.
“I’m a father and as a father you must at all times feed your youngsters. It doesn’t matter what they do.
“If you must steal to feed your youngsters, you steal. I’m very, very disenchanted and since with me, like we are saying in Portugal, bread is bread and cheese is cheese.
“I’ve already instructed Ole what I thought of his feedback.
“I’ve to let you know that I’m very, very disenchanted that in 5, six, seven questions, you ignore the dimension of that remark.”