You will not believe what Mourinho said about Ajax coach after UCL loss to Tottenham

Legendary manager Jose Mourinho has hit out at Ajax manager Erik ten Hag for his tactics in the UEFA Champions League loss to Tottenham, despite having three goals advantage.

Jose Mourinho trusts Ajax supervisor Erik ten Hag neglected to venture sufficient when his group required him most amid the Dutch club’s staggering Champions League semi-last exit on Wednesday. Ajax commanded the opening trades of the second leg, running up a three-objective preferred standpoint on total gratitude to strikes from Matthijs de Ligt and Hakim Ziyech.

Be that as it may, they demonstrated their defenselessness in the second half as two fast flame strikes from Lucas Moura put the match on a blade edge, before the Brazilian stunned the Johan Cruyff Arena with a 96th-minute victor.

“As a coach, there are matches where we don’t play, there are matches where we play very bad but there are matches where we play very well and Ajax in the 2nd half needed him to play very well and he played like his team:not very well.”

Also, previous Manchester United chief Mourinho trusts the Dutch mentor merits gigantic credit for what he has accomplished with his young group, yet in the second half on Wednesday, he executed as ineffectively as his group did.

“I think, it hurts me a little bit to say this, I want to give 99 per cent credit to ten Hag, the beautiful work he did with this team. But I have to be critical in one per cent. I think in this second half, he has to play more,” Mourinho told beIN Sports.

“As a coach, there are matches where we don’t play, there are matches where we played very bad, but there are matches where we played very well, and Ajax in that second half needed him to play very well. And I think he played like his team, not very well.”

Ajax wiped out both Juventus and ruling European victors Real Madrid on their way to the semi-finals before confronting Mauricio Pochettino’s side. They were hypnotizing in spells in the primary leg at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, and their 1-0 advantage, which they clutched stubbornly as the diversion found some conclusion, seemed to demonstrate a surprising development from a side loaded up with institute items.

Also, after de Ligt’s transcending header and Ziyech’s rifled completion, the Dutch club seemed home and dry significantly time. Be that as it may, the event overpowered them as the north Londoners finished a second Champions League supernatural occurrence on progressive evenings so as to set up an all-English last in Madrid on June 1.

“The second half was amazing, thank you football. This type of emotion is impossible without football. Thank you to the fans, those who believed in us and to achieve this is fantastic. It’s hard to describe in words,” said a euphoric Pochettino.

“We were talking before the game that when you work and when you feel the love, it’s not a stress it’s a passion. We showed that tonight. I think in the game against City and today it is amazing. It was a joy to watch this type of game, difficult for Ajax, to compete at this level in this competition this can happen and I am so grateful to be a coach, to be in football and living this moment.”