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Mourinho on RB Leipzig tie and angry Dele Alli's bottle-throwing

José Mourinho’s Tottenham Hotspur find themselves with a tough task ahead after suffering a 1-0 defeat at home to RB Leipzig. Mourinho, however, thinks Spurs are capable of producing a comeback when they visit Julian Nagelsmann’s side on 10 March. ‘1-0 is 1-0,’ the Spurs manager said. ‘It is not 10-0. The result is open. It is as simple as that. We wouldn’t be first team to lose 1-0 at home and to win the tie away. Why shouldn’t we do it?’ Mourinho played down Dele Alli angrily throwing a water bottle and one of his boots to the turf after being taken off midway through the second half. ‘I think he was angry with his performance, not with me,’ he said. ‘I took him off and the team improved’
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    Why was he angry? Did he lose a game of Fortnite?

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    Dele so childish like Ozil or mbape

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    0:310:39 Jose's response to that reporter should've been: " 'Do you know da wae"' ?

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