In response to a Harry Kane question, Jose Mourinho cited Cristiano Ronaldo and Zlatan Ibrahimovic as the stars.
Jose Mourinho has energetically hit back on recommendations that he can not get the most excellent out of Harry Kane as Tottenham chief. Kane ‘s victory on Friday in Spurs’ 1-1 domestic draw against Manchester United has driven Ex-Arsenal star Paul Merson to cast question on the appropriateness of Mourinho’s England captain.
Mourinho said: “I feel a little odd about some research and some comments and analyzes that started from Paul. I have to say that I appreciate people like him a lot and I want to be polite with my response because I appreciate him a lot. I want to be respectful and just try to say something so people will think a little.”
“First of all, Harry played his first six-month game and compare Harry Kane with Anthony Martial if you watch the game and evaluate the game. Was it a game with many chances? Was it a game where the two players had a lot of chances? Do you owe my defense credit for the game Martial?”
The impassioned defense of Mourinho continued uninterruptedly as he added: “I can say I had a few strikers playing for me and they’re not bad. I had one guy named [Didier] Drogba, who played for me [over] four seasons, scored 186 goals, averaging 46 goals a season. I had one guy who isn’t bad too-now he [Ronaldo] is playing for Juventus. He has played three seasons for me [for]. He scored 168 goals per season, which gives an average of 56 goals.”I had another guy called Karim Benzema, who isn’t bad either. He played three seasons for me [during]. He didn’t always start because at that time he was still young. But, in three seasons, he scored 78 goals for me which gives an average of 26 goals per season.”