Tottenham Hotspur, Jose Mourinho, has disagreed with Roy Keane over the pundit’s claim that he was playing mind games after Sunday’s 0-0 draw with Chelsea.
Mourinho had earlier noted that his side were unhappy to leave Stamford Bridge with a point.
Speaking on Sky Sports, former Manchester United midfielder Keane insisted that Mourinho was playing mind games.
However, the manager took the pundit to task over that claim in his post-match press conference.
“I respect Roy a lot, I like him a lot, and it was an incredible experience to work with him, learn from him,” Mourinho said.
“But this time I don’t agree with Roy. It’s not true, my players are my witnesses.
“We came here to win, we were ready to punish them if they take the normal risks and dynamic they have.”