Rare!Tottenham players turned into the stands and clashed with fans, Mu Shuai explained to his disciples

Rare!Tottenham players turned into the stands and clashed with fans, Mu Shuai explained to his disciples
In the fifth round of the English FA Cup that ended this morning, Tottenham drew 1-1 at home with Norwich, then lost to their opponents 2 to 3 in the penalty shootout.After the game, Dell was emotionally in conflict with the fans in the stands, and security intervention was necessary.Dell rushed to the stands after the game.Regarding the reasons for Dell’s violent jump, the resulting voice said that it was because of racial discrimination, and some voices thought that it was to defend his teammate who missed a penalty.But Tottenham coach Mourinho denied the rumors and clarified that the fan insulted Dell and his younger brother after the game.”I think Dell did something that our professional players can’t do, but he also did something that we used to do.His behavior is certainly a wrong demonstration of professional players, but what about when you, your family, and especially your brother, are insulted?”Mourinho said.At that time, Dell was very angry after hearing the insults from the fans. He turned over to the stands, and the involved fan ran away. Dell chased him and ran up to the 20th floor stands. There was a dispute with this fan and he was present.Security personnel intervened in the dispute.”That fan insulted Dell and his brother. Of course Dell would be angry, but as a professional player, we can’t do like him.Said Mourinho.Regarding the punishment that the club may give to Dell, Mu Shuai said that he did not agree, but at the same time, he must admit that Dell did wrong.Subsequently, Tottenham team reporters also confirmed to the media Mourinho’s remarks.He said that Dell did not involve racial discrimination in the dispute with the fans. Even the fans insulted Dell when he passed the stands, even with his brother.Afterwards, Dell was persuaded to return to the locker room and calm down.Sauna, night net editor Deng Hanyu Zhang Yunfeng proofread Wang Xin