The altercation of Jose Mourinho and Frank Lampard in the meeting between Tottenham and Chelsea
Tottenham beat Chelsea in a penalty shootout 5-4 after a positive draw with a goal to the same in the round of 16 of the League Cup.
Timo Werner opened the game in the 29th minute from outside the penalty area with a nice shot.
This became the first goal for the German player with Chelsea during the current season, after his move to him from Leipzig.
Eric Lamela equalized for Tottenham with a shot from inside the penalty area in the 83rd minute.
In the penalty shootout, all the players scored their kicks except for Mason Mount, who missed the fifth.
The match witnessed a dispute between the coaches of the two teams, Mourinho and Lampard.
According to the “Telegraph” newspaper, Mourinho told Lampard: “Damn, Frank, when you lose 3-0, you don’t stand here,” referring to Chelseas delay in the third round of the Premier League against West Bromwich Albion with that result.
Lampard responded to Mourinho, saying: “Calm down and sit down, Jose.”
That is before Mourinho goes to Lampard and shakes his hand before the penalty shootout.
During the second half, cameras caught Mourinho suddenly running into the locker room to catch up with Eric Dyer, the player of his team, who left the meeting to go to the bathroom.
Mourinho did not return to the stadium only after two minutes, with the Tottenham player.
Eric Dyer left the stadium to go to the bathroom at a time when Hudson-Odoi was about to score the second goal for the Blues, so Jose Mourinho left the field and went to the bathroom to bring him back to the stadium 🚽 pic.twitter.com/WZPShJEZIU
— FilGoal (From 🏠) (@FilGoal) September 29, 2020
This became Mourinhos first victory over Lampard, as they had met three times before.
The first time, Lampard won a penalty shootout in the 32nd League Cup round against Mourinho when he was leading the first Derby County and the second Manchester United.
With Chelsea and Tottenham in the Premier League last season, Lampard won at Spurs Stadium with two unanswered goals, and at Stamford Bridge with two goals to one.