Mou 'not happy' after half-way line goal

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Tottenham head coach Jose Mourinho says he's not happy about Harry Winks admitting his half-way line goal was an accident.

Winks, 24, has been on the periphery of Mourinho starting eleven this season but produced a spectacular display in their 4-0 win over Ludogorets in the UEFA Europa League on Thursday.

In a dominant display which the Bulgarian giants failed to register a single shot on goal, Winks produced the moment of the match when he found the net from 60 meters out - which he later admitted was an overhit through ball.

"I'd love to sit here and say that I did, but I've got to be honest and say no," Winks told BT Sport after the game.

"I saw Gaz (Gareth Bale) run in. I'll take it at the end of the day. It has been a while [since I last scored] but I am happy with the way the team played."

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But Mourinho feels he should have lied about it while suggesting in a separate interview that it could have been a FIFA Puskas award-winning strike.

"He is too honest! I am not happy with him," Mourinho admitted. "With a goal like that you have to say you meant it, but a good kid. He is honest."

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