The Tottenham manager saw his side given a through test by the Seagulls before winning 2-1 last night. Mourinho had no comments about team changes made by Graham Potter. But he did praise the spirit of his opponents and said that it was just a matter of time before Brighton would start picking up the points.
Jose Mourinho said “They have a very good squad, they can make changes. What for me I analyse is not his choices, it’s the way his team plays. I just love the way they play, Even during the game they have this capacity to change. They were playing with building up of three. Then we adapted to that and we were controlling the game. Then it changed to four. Then it took us time to adapt because sometimes what we can see in the bench the players cannot see on the pitch and the communication is not very easy. I think they have a very good team. The work is brilliant. I just think in this moment they don’t have the points adapted to the quality of their game. But for sure they are going to get these points because the team is very good.”
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