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VAR Is Bad For Football – Mourinho

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Spurs endured their eleventh defeat of the season at Bramall Lane, as the Blades ran out merited 3-1 champs on account of goals from Sander Berge, Lys Mousset and Oli McBurnie.

Berge opened the scoring on the half-hour mark, yet Harry Kane seemed to hit an equalizer two minutes after the fact after a bewildering run from Lucas Moura.

Tottenham’s delight was brief, be that as it may, as a VAR survey decided that Moura handled the ball as he went down under a test simply fresh.

Official Michael Oliver chalked Kane’s goal off, and in spite of the fact that he found the net again late on, it was the Blades who earned each of the three points following an amazing second-half execution.

Mourinho scrutinized the manner in which video innovation is utilized, demanding the expulsion of human blunder is detrimentally affecting the game.

The Spurs manager told correspondents:

“I think I cannot say what I feel. It’s not the referee anymore. The man on the pitch is the assistant referee, The man and lady with the flags are now the assistants of the assistant referees.

“The referee should be the man on the pitch. We are going into a direction which is really bad for a game that is a beautiful game.”

Mourinho included his side’s failure to react after Oliver’s disputable first-half choice:

“We have to do better. We have to be mentally stronger to cope with what happened in the game. We cannot mentally die after Michael Oliver’s decision.

“I think the team was playing well in the first half. We scored and then the team felt too much. I think now I know more the profile of my players.

“I know it’s difficult to take, in the second half we had the ball but we didn’t have chances to change the game.

“We played with a very offensive team plus Gio [Lo Celso] and Moussa [Sissoko] as midfield players. We have to create more chances then we did. I have to admit I am disappointed.”

Tottenham are presently nine points  behind Chelsea in the race for a main four completion, with a tough fixture against an in-form Everton side up next on Monday.

Proceeded how he will propel his crew for their staying six installations after such a harming misfortune, Mourinho reacted: “It’s anything but difficult to spur myself since it’s my temperament. I figure the inspiration ought to act naturally inspiration that is legitimately identified with polished methodology.

“On the off chance that these young men couldn’t care less about outcomes and the position we finish in toward the finish of the period then we will be in a tough situation later on.”

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