Tottenham Hotspur manager, Jose Mourinho on Monday night made Premier League history following his side’s 1-0 win over Everton.
Mourinho’s men defeated Everton, thanks to Michael Keane’s own goal.
Tottenham’s win against Everton means Mourinho has now become the fifth manager in Premier League history to reach 200 victories, with only former Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson (322) doing so in fewer games than the Portuguese (326), according to Opta Joe.
Mourinho won 140 top-flight games across two seasons at Chelsea, with another 50 at Man United and this being his 10th league win with Spurs.
Below is the full list of Premier League managers with 200 wins above:
Sir Alex Ferguson – 528, Arsene Wenger – 476, Harry Redknapp – 236, David Moyes – 207 and
Jose Mourinho – 200
Anaedoonline.com earlier, Tottenham Hotspur captain, Hugo Lloris, has played down his half-time row with Heung-Min Son, following the 1-0 win over Everton.
The two players clashed as they walked back to the dressing room and had to be pulled apart by their team-mates.
Speaking with Sky Sports after the match, Lloris said he confronted Son, because he allowed Spurs to concede a chance just before the break with his lack of pressing.
“What happened between me and Son is just something that is part of football sometimes, but there is no problem at all.
“You can see at the end of the game we are more than happy to be part of the team and to have the three points.
“To concede a chance six seconds before half time because we don’t press properly. It annoyed me but it’s part of football, no problem, we move on,” Lloris said.
The victory saw Tottenham move up to eighth place on the table with 48 points, one behind North London rivals, Arsenal.
You would be forgiven for thinking a manager would be upset at the sight of two of his players having to be held apart from each other during a game.