- Some English Premier League matches were played on Wednesday, January 13 as Arsenal file out tonight against Crystal Palace
- Last night was a terrible one for José Mourinho and his Tottenham Hotspur side as they were forced to a 1-1 draw by the visitors, Fulham
Harry Kane scored for Spurs in the first half before Cavaleiro equalised in the 74th minute for the Scott Parker led team.
A good number of football fans and pundits have again criticised the Tottenham manager for his bad tactics which has led to his team throwing away the lead in five different matches in the second half and ending the games in a draw.
Mourinho has not learned any lessons from his previous mistakes where his team had led but disappointed towards the end of second half
The matches where Tottenham Hotspur gave away the lead were the draws against Newcastle (1-1); West Ham United (3-3); Crystal Palace (1-1); Wolverhampton Wanderers (1-1) and now Fulham (1-1).
José Mourinho sadly has not learned any lessons from his bad tactics and approach to games in the second half.
In the first EPL match played yesterday, Manchester City pipped Brighton and Hove Albion 1-0, with Phil Foden scoring the only goal.
The Cityzens are now back in the Top 4 as the Pep Guardiola led side still have one outstanding match to play.