Jose Mourinho hit out at Michael Oliver as soon as extra after the VAR official opted to not award Tottenham a penalty of their goalless draw with Bournemouth on Thursday night.
Oliver felt Mourinho’s wrath final week following his determination to rule out Lucas Moura’s aim at Sheffield United, with the identical man deciding towards giving Spurs an early spot-kick on the Vitality Stadium.
Spurs talisman Harry Kane gave the impression to be pushed within the again by Josh King, however referee Paul Tierney was unmoved and VAR official Oliver selected to not intervene.
That incensed Mourinho, who claimed after the sport that ‘everybody on the earth’ knew Spurs deserved a penalty, besides the person who may even referee Tottenham’s subsequent sport – a north London derby towards Arsenal on Sunday.
On Sky Sports activities, Jose stated: “The sport had crucial second – you realize when, you realize who – and I don’t wish to say something extra in relation to that as a result of everybody is aware of and I don’t have to say far more. Everyone is aware of.
“The identical referee that was the VAR towards Sheffield United. On this planet, all people is aware of that may be a penalty. And I say all people, I imply all people.
“It’s not simply my opinion, everybody on the earth, all people is aware of that may be a penalty. And once I say all people, I say all people, all people.
“I’m not saying that Harry Kane scores 100 per cent of his penalties, however it is rather very excessive.
“Usually at minute 5 we might be profitable 1-Zero towards a group in hassle, I believe the sport could be fully totally different.
“Like Sheffield, the person of the match was not one of many gamers. However at Sheffield I may blame myself and the gamers, at the moment I couldn’t do this.”
“The sport has crucial second, you realize when, you realize who and I don’t wish to say something extra in relation to that as a result of all people is aware of and I don’t have to say far more in relation to that.
“Everyone is aware of. There’s nothing to do in relation to that.”
Requested to make clear who precisely he was referring to, Mourinho added: “The identical referee who was the VAR towards Sheffield United.
“He’s the referee in command of VAR. Don’t blame the VAR.
“It’s the person who is in entrance of the display and it’s the one that makes the selections.”
Thursday’s end result noticed Spurs transfer as much as ninth, whereas Bournemouth are three factors adrift of security with 4 video games of the 2019/20 marketing campaign remaining.