We Were Solid In Every Department Vs Tottenham- Jose Mourinho

We Were Solid In Every Department Vs Tottenham- Jose Mourinho

So where does this latest setback leave Spurs and their Argentine manager?

Such was the intensity of Spurs' pressure, United looked on the brink of capitulation, and Kane came within inches of doubling their lead on 14 minutes but he could not stretch enough to connect with Heung-Min Son's deep cross.

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United's team was the better side throughout the match as they advance to their 20th FA Cup final, tying Arsenal's all-time record.

Different managers. Different teams.

And the former Southampton boss has finally admitted the club need to start bringing in silverware, having not won a major trophy since the 2008 League Cup Final triumph.

Mousa Dembele was out-muscled by Paul Pogba out wide and the Frenchman's cross was headed expertly past Michel Vorm by Sanchez - one of the smallest players on the pitch.

After a sluggish start, United fell behind to Dele Alli's early goal before Alexis Sanchez and Ander Herrera got on the scoresheet to book their place in the final. "Sure it will be a very successful season if we are able to keep our position in the table". "We let ourselves down, it's very disappointing". United is three points better off in second.

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"But then a good reaction, good football, a good goal". We can't put ourselves in that situation.

"We are disappointed because we are so close", he said.

The goal gave Spurs a huge lift and Mauricio Pochettino's side were all over United after that, winning balls in midfield and showing some fine rhythm to their passing as United struggled to get to grips with the tempo. We can't keep doing this. "When you play away from home the supporters were phenomenal". But in the second half they scored the game was competitive.

Mourinho's men continued to test the Spurs back line.

Tottenham will have time to lick their wounds as they next take the field on April 30, when look to ensure a top four Premier League finish as they battle Watford at Wembley. Title-winners Manchester City could not be overcome but Spurs are hardly alone there.

The wait for the first trophy of the Pochettino era continues for another season. Tottenham's priority is holding onto fourth place in the English Premier League to secure a third straight season in the Champions League. When you deserve [to win], especially against teams like Spurs, it's even more important. Spurs and Levy know they are on to a good thing.

Eventually, push came to shove, and Pochettino had to make changes.