A lot of Tottenham Hotspur fans have been reacting to a tweet that was recently posted by Spurs-focused Twitter account @thespursweb which shared the latest image that Lilywhites manager Jose Mourinho has posted on his Instagram page.
This post was made after Spurs suffered a 2-1 Premier League loss to Liverpool on Wednesday evening. The image that the Portuguese manager posted showed him sitting in the dugout in the 63rd minute, reacting to Steven Bergwijn hitting the post.
The image is captioned with the words: “The moment the post denied us the victory we deserved. Proud of everyone.”
After Mourinho’s Instagram activity was then shared on Twitter by @thespursweb, many Tottenham supporters replied to their post to discuss the 57-year-old’s actions.
So, what did these Tottenham Hotspur fans have to say about Mourinho’s Instagram post?
Jose Mourinho via Instagram: "The moment the post denied us the victory we deserved. Proud of everyone. COYS." pic.twitter.com/jP1yl8WMEs
— The Spurs Web ?? (@thespursweb) December 16, 2020
Some of the Spurs supporters who replied to @thespursweb’s tweet speculated about what Mourinho said and did in the away dressing room at Anfield after this game, with Bergwijn, who spurned multiple chances in the second half on Wednesday night, potentially in the firing line. Meanwhile, other Tottenham fans replied to this post to share some optimism about how their players will react to this defeat.
That’s the last we see of bergwijn then https://t.co/3yYTTnkGUX
— days?? (@sonswembley) December 17, 2020
Knowing Jose, I imagine he must have wreaked havoc in the changing room before posting that lol
— a$ap slim (@aldyfrn) December 17, 2020
Can’t wait for furious Jose fully taking over his spirit. We won’t lose another game this season ?
— ? (@spurs________) December 16, 2020
He’s not wrong. I know its tough but we all need to pick our heads up and support the team. Big game on sunday
— THANK JAN (@thfc__j) December 16, 2020
Are you proud of Tottenham's players for their performance at Anfield?
— Dal C (@Dal83C) December 16, 2020
We had the better chances, and they had more possession, i wouldn’t say we deserved the win if we had it. Kept giving the ball away quite alot, and struggled getting it back, but we move on and learn from this. COYS.
— Bianca Walkden (@BiancaWalkden91) December 17, 2020
All in all, it’s clear that Mourinho’s Instagram post has sparked plenty of discussion amongst fans of the north London club.