After Jose’s arrival, Tottenham is showing sensational performance at home stadium. Jose Mourinho had three wins now as the coach of the North London team.

Pre-match preparations

Jose was a bit upset after the loss against Manchester United. Although, the Portugal coach said that he was happy with the player’s performance but team player without luck.

Tottenham lost a match at Old Trafford in three goals clash. It was the first loss for Jose in North London. Experts believed that midweek loss could lead to severe problems. Luckily to Tottenham fans, the club has shown ideal performance against Burnley.

Mourinho was firm about the decision on Eriksen. Danish player is sitting on the bench after the arrival of Jose. Eriksen wants to leave the club so that he will be the free-agent in summer. Jose said that the only sure thing is that Eriksen will be free-agent in few months.

1st half of the match

Tottenham’s coach decided to start the game with Harry Kane in the attack while Dele Ali was a playmaker. Son and Lucas Moura were playing on wings.

North London club started demolishing of Burnley from 4th minute. Harry Kane was first to score a goal and give a lead to Tottenham.

Son was unstoppable in the first half. After Kane’s goal, Son decided to score and had a perfect dribble. Unfortunately, Son could not score correctly, but the ball went to Moura, and the Brazilian scored an easy header.

Korean forward decided to give his everything in the first half, and on 32nd minute, he scored a sensational goal. Tottenham’s forwards took the ball from the middle of the stadium and dribbled through everyone and scored a beautiful goal.

2nd half of the match

In the 54th minute, Harry Kane scored another goal and increased the lead to four goals. Tottenham scored the last goal of the game on 74th minute. Kane gave an assist to Sissoko, and French player scored an easy goal.

Jose Mourinho was happy after the match and congratulated players for an excellent performance. Its third win for Jose and promised fans to keep up with the same pace.