Jose Mourinho has responded irately to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after the Manchester United supervisor hit out at Heung-Min Son following the guests’ 3-1 success at Tottenham.
Solskjaer whined Son had “conned” the official with his part in United’s denied objective during the primary half, going down subsequent to being gotten by the wanderer arm of Scott McTominay before Edinson Cavani scored.
VAR looked into the issue, sending arbitrator Chris Kavanagh to the pitchside screen, with the objective denied. Child at that point put Spurs ahead, however United retaliated with objectives from Fred, Cavani and sub Mason Greenwood to get three focuses.
The United supervisor revealed to Sky Sports: “I need to say, if my child stays down like this for three minutes and gets 10 of his mates around him… in the event that he gets that in the face from one of his different mates and he needs 10 of his mates to help him up, he will not get any food.”
Be that as it may, talking in his own post-match public interview, an irate Mourinho reacted: “Let me disclose to you something. I’m extremely, shocked that after the remarks that Ole made on Sonny, you don’t get some information about it.
“Furthermore, I disclosed to Ole effectively this, since I met him only a couple minutes prior. In the event that it’s me, telling that player A B or C from another club, ‘In the event that it was my child I wouldn’t give him supper around evening time,’ or something to that effect, what might be the response?
“It is incredibly, pitiful. I believe it’s truly tragic that you don’t get some information about it. It’s truly miserable that you don’t have the ethical trustworthiness to treat me a similar way you treat others.
“I just want to say, Sonny is very lucky that his father is a better person than Ole, because I think a father – I am a father – you have to always feed your kids, it doesn’t matter what they do.
“If you have to steal to feed your kids, you steal. I am very, very disappointed, and like we say in Portugal bread is bread and cheese is cheese, I told Ole already what I think about his comments.”
Both Solskjaer and Mourinho looked to have been involved in a heated clash during play in the first half, too, but the United boss said after the game that he had spoken with Mourinho at half-time.
“Sometimes some words are being said,” said Solskjaer in his post-match press conference, before Mourinho had reacted to his comments about Son. “But the most important thing is we’re colleagues and friends. Before, during or after a game, you can have a bit of a dispute.
“I think we’ve got the utmost respect for each other, and I think that’s the point here. Sometimes it’s some words being said. I had a couple words I could take back at that time.”