Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho interrupted Son Heung-Min’s Sunday post-match interview and jokingly named Harry Kane his man of the match.
Son was noticed by many as the man of the match in the game, Mourinho evidently thought differently as he cut off the BBC Sport interview of the attacker to declare: “Man of the match, Harry Kane.”
Son laughed and agreed to his mentor before honoring his Spurs team-mate, he did his best to brush off the awkward moment.
“I’ll say Harry is a man of the match because he’s scored a goal, he’s given four assists,” he said.
“We’ve been working together with Harry for so long, this is the sixth season, we know each other, and we want to have a good relationship on and off the pitch.”
“I think we’re working really hard to have a better relationship, much better than now, so it’s not perfect, obviously, but we’re aiming for a perfect relationship.”
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