Vertoghen helps Mourihno spill Wolves’ run of 11 unbeaten matches

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Jan Vertoghen jubilates his winner with his teammates

Tottenham put an end to Wolverhampton Premier League run of 11 games unbeaten, as the Spurs won 2-1 at Molineux Stadium.

Jose Mourinho upon managing Tottenham after firing Mauricio Pochettino records four wins out of his five Premier League games in charge.

The late header from Jan Vertonghen assures another win for Mourinho after Adama Traore cancels Lucas Moura’s early goal.

Tottenham spills Wolves unbeaten run of 11 matches
Jan Vertoghen’s injury-time header that gave Tottenham their fourth win out five games

Subsequently, Spurs are now three points of fourth-placed Chelsea, who they host next weekend. The west London club had another home defeat on Saturday against Bournemouth.

Mourinho jubilate the late winner from Vertoghen and could not hide his emotion with other officials

The Portuguese keeps his laid-plan up to make the top four with his men taking 12 points from a possible 15. Tottenham also made it to the last 16 of the Champions League.

Mourinho had said that his men are better than the top six and they can do more. Which means they can run for the top four. They are on the pace to secure it as even the supporters of the Spurs are joyful.

He also realizes that the opponent were never an easy team. They always play a tough game which they showed again yesterday before Vertoghen incredibly reversed it.

Wolves fell to eighth after their first loss in all competition since October. But Nuno Espirito Santo is still proud of his side despite losing. He shows his emotion towards their performance in the game, saying it impresses him.

He told reporters ”Some mistakes, but I’m very proud of the way we performed. We keep on going,” 

“Okay, we didn’t get the result we wanted, but we did what we wanted to do. We keep on going to the next one.” he ended

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