Jose Mourinho sets unwanted records as Spurs beaten by Everton in FA Cup drama

Jose Mourinho is not used to seeing his team concede a hatful and set two unwanted records as Tottenham were knocked out of the FA Cup by Everton.

Spurs lost a thriller at Goodison Park with defences certainly not on top for either side.

Tottenham had taken the lead through Davinson Sanchez though Everton netted three quick-fire goals and looked relatively comfortable.

Erik Lamela’s goal on the stroke of half-time gave Tottenham reasons to be hopeful and Sanchez netted his second to pull the scores level.

Richarlison put Carlo Ancelotti’s side back in front with his second and Everton’s fourth though Harry Kane levelled for Tottenham again.

The Toffees took the lead again in extra time with Bernard smashing past Hugo Lloris and it proved to be enough to knock Spurs out.

And in unwanted records for Mourinho, it was the first time a team managed by the Portuguese boss conceded four since Chelsea beat his Manchester United side in October 2016.

In even worse news for the former Inter boss, it then became the first time that five have gone into Mourinho’s net since his Chelsea team were beaten 5-3 by Tottenham in January 2015.

That month proved to be quite costly for Mourinho as the Blues also conceded four against Bradford in the FA Cup.

Wednesday night's drama was just the third time a Mourinho side had conceded five with the other being an El Classico humiliation.

Back in 2010, when Jose was in charge of Real Madrid, Barcelona thrashed Los Blancos 5-0.

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  • In another record, the Cup clash between Everton and Tottenham was the first time a Mourinho side has both scored and conceded at least four goals in a single game.

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