Tottenham up to fifth after late win at Wolves
Jan Vertonghen's stoppage time header continued Tottenham's turnaround under Jose Mourinho as Spurs moved up to fifth with a 2-1 win at Wolves.
'Son-aldo!': Mourinho salutes South Korean's wonder-goal
Jose Mourinho hailed Son Heung-min's wonder-strike in Tottenham's 5-0 thrashing of Burnley as the best goal he has seen since an equally stunning effort from Brazilian legend Ronaldo.
Rashford strikes twice as Man Utd end Mourinho's perfect start at Tottenham
Jose Mourinho endured an unhappy return to Manchester United as Marcus Rashford struck twice in a 2-1 defeat for Tottenham while Liverpool maintained their eight-point lead at the top of the Premier League, putting five goals past Everton.
Solsjkaer not fearing for his job as Mourinho returns to Man Utd
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes he has the backing of Manchester United fans ahead of a huge week for the Norwegian if he is to maintain the faith of his superiors at the club.
Liverpool, City, Chelsea, Arsenal, others in today’s Premier League fixtures
Jose Mourinho returns to Old Trafford for the first time as a manager since his sacking, bringing an in-form Tottenham side that look rejuvenated and re-motivated under the Portuguese.
Mourinho 'so happy' at Tottenham, coy on Arsenal
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho says he cannot imagine the prospect of managing another club, refusing to say whether he would have been interested in the Arsenal job, which became available on Friday.
Kane keen to build strong relationship with Mourinho at Spurs
Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane hopes the club’s winning start under new manager Jose Mourinho can help forge a strong relationship between the pair and lead to trophies.
It makes no sense for Tottenham to sign Ibrahimovic, says Mourinho
Tottenham Hotspur is not pursuing Zlatan Ibrahimovic as a potential signing because the Premier League club has a top striker in Harry Kane, manager Jose Mourinho said on Monday.
Tottenham banking on Mourinho recovering golden touch in Europe
Tottenham turned to Jose Mourinho to try and maintain their status as a Champions League club, but a terrible start to the Premier League season leaves the Portuguese with a mountain to climb either domestically or in Europe.