Jose Mourinho has marked his 50th league game as Tottenham manager on a new low after David Moyes’ West Ham pipped his side 2-1 at the London Stadium on Sunday.
Lucas Moura’s goal was not enough as goals from Michail Antonio and one of Jose Mourinho’s former player Jesse Lingard condemned the Portuguese to a London Derby defeat on his special day.
In the past, Jose Mourinho would have made over a 100 points during his 50th league game in charge as he had done previously at Chelsea twice, FC Porto, and Real Madrid.
At Porto he earned 124 points, 126 points during his first spell at Chelsea, 123 points while at Real Madrid, 114 at Chelsea during his second spell.
It was only at Manchester United (95) that he garnered under 100 points after his first 50 league games in charge of any club.
At Tottenham this has further deteriorated as he went from 95 points to 81 points.
There are speculations the Portuguese tactician would be replaced very soon as Daniel Levy Tottenham chairman is reportedly looking for a replacement.