Linda Pizotti, wife of Liverpool owner John W. Henry, sent a timely reminder to Jose Mourinho after the Reds’ last-minute win over Tottenham Hotspur.

The The Portuguese shared his frustration with the result After the final whistle, claiming that the better team lost like Roberto Firmino A strong header late, resolved 2-1 victory to be sent yourgen club His team leads the Premier League standings ahead of Tottenham Hotspur.

Mohamed Salah Had given earlier Liverpool The Reds only advanced to clinch Son Heung-min before the Brazilian clinched the three points.

And the Pizzotti He shared an excerpt from Mourinho Post-match interview about her Instagram story while celebrating Liverpool’s recent victory.

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In the clip, the Tottenham coach said: “This is the champion and he was the European champion and the world champion,” referring to the Reds’ achievements in the past two years.

Pezzotti wrote “Three to Remember …” along with a clip of her on her Instagram Story when she enjoyed very much Liverpool’s recent success following their recent win.

Linda Bizotti, wife of Liverpool owner John W. Henry, posts story on Instagram after Liverpool's victory over Tottenham Hotspur
Linda Bizotti, wife of Liverpool owner John W. Henry, posts story on Instagram after Liverpool’s victory over Tottenham Hotspur

Currently winning the Premier League title, the Reds are also world champions after winning the FIFA Club World Cup last December in Qatar, while Liverpool also beat Tottenham to win the UEFA Champions League in 2019.

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Liverpool are next in the match on Saturday lunchtime as they travel to Crystal Palace in a bid to maintain their three-point lead at the top of the Premier League table.