Linda Pizzuti sends a reminder to Jose Mourinho after Liverpool’s win over Tottenham Hotspur

Linda Pizzuti, wife of Liverpool owner John W. Henry, has sent a timely reminder to Jose Mourinho following the Reds’ recent victory over Tottenham Hotspur.

The Portuguese shared his problems with the result after the final whistle, claiming that the team lost better when powerful leader Roberto Firmino scored a late 2-1 victory to put Jurgen Klopp’s side on the sidelines. top of the Premier League table ahead of Spurs.

Mohamed Salah had beaten Liverpool earlier but the Reds were crushed back by a Son Heung-min strike before Brazil returned home to seal all three points.

And Pizzuti shared a snippet of Mourinho’s post-match interview on her Instagram story as she celebrated Liverpool’s latest win.



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In the clip, the Tottenham boss says: “That is a champion and he was a European hero and a world champion,” referring to the Reds ’achievements in the last two years.

And Pizutti wrote “Three to Remember …” along with the clip on her Instagram Story as he added further joy to Liverpool’s recent success following their latest victory.



Linda Pizzuti, wife of Liverpool owner John W. Henry, posts an Instagram story after Liverpool's victory over Tottenham Hotspur
Linda Pizzuti, wife of Liverpool owner John W. Henry, posts an Instagram story after Liverpool’s victory over Tottenham Hotspur

The current Premier League champions, the Reds are also world champions after last year’s FIFA Club World Cup victory in Qatar, and Liverpool also beat Tottenham to reach the Champions League. to win in 2019.

Liverpool will be next at lunchtime on Saturday as they travel to Crystal Palace looking to retain their three-point lead at the top of the Premier League table.

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