Bournemouth 0-0 Tottenham: Jose Mourinho Storms Out Of Press Conference

Jose Mourinho stormed out of his post-match press conference due to technical difficulties.

The Tottenham chief was set to field some questions after his side's limp 0-0 draw at Bournemouth.

Due to coronavirus restrictions, Mourinho was due to hold the press conference over video link.

But with the sounds clearly not getting through to him, he grew tired and left.

The disgruntled boss eventually walked out before answering a single question.

At one stage, the team ask Mourinho: “Hello Jose, can you hear me?”

Oddly enough, Jose instantly replied “no” – before taking off his headphones and leaving.

Even if Mourinho had heard, it's unlikely he'd fancy sitting down to dissect the game.

After all, Bournemouth have now played 186 times in the Premier League history.

Harry Kane was denied a clear first half penalty following a push by Josh King.

And Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho can feel rightly aggrieved by this poor decision.

Referee Paul Tierney had a clear view on the edge of the box and should have seen it. A ref at this level should be pointing to the spot.

Harry Winks was close to Tierney and ran immediately to the match official to demand a penalty.

Even if Tierney had not seen it, VAR official Michael Oliver, who checked the incident, should have told the ref to change his decision and award a spot-kick.

Everyone must be at a loss of what is going on because this was an easy decision for the officials to make. We need answers from the PGMOL.

Fans quickly aimed their frustration at the manager with Tottenham enduring a horror season – now ninth and 43 points off the top spot.

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They quickly took to Twitter to get “#JoseOut” trending, with many hoping for the return of Mauricio Pochettino.

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