Jose Mourinho and Tottenham Hotspur are lucky there are no supporters in the stadiums, according to former Manchester United star Rio Ferdinand.
The LilyWhites suffered their third straight Premier Loss after going down 1-0 to London rivals Chelsea on Thursday evening.
Ferdinand, who is a five-time Premier League winner, feels there are no methods under Mourinho as they just wait for Heung-min Son to do something.
"That Tottenham team and Jose, they're lucky there are no fans in that stadium. They'd have been booed off," Ferdinand said, according to the Daily Express.
"They were poor. There was no shape, zero press on the ball. Chelsea, it's like a testimonial for them.
"They are probably thinking, how are we actually sitting here getting no pressure on the ball?
"The Spurs team are just sitting there and just relying on Son, an individual, to create one moment in the game.
"There's no method, I'm not seeing any patterns of play in this game. It just seems like a team that doesn't have any idea what they're doing when they've got the ball."
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