If we all think back to why we all fell in love with Tottenham, it certainly wasn’t for the trophy count.
If Daniel Levy hasn’t already war-gamed what an expensive summer parting of the ways with Mourinho might look like, he certainly will now.
What will pain Spurs fans most is that it took until Lamela’s dismissal for Jose Mourinho’s side to really go at their rivals.
Gareth Bale has something many players at Spurs don’t have and that’s a fairytale in them…
The prospect of Bale, Son and Kane in this form being unleashed upon the Arsenal defence is almost too exciting for Tottenham fans to bear.
There is little to be said about the striker that hasn’t been written already.
Having endured such a bleak winter, if not renewed by Spring’s onset, Jose Mourinho’s side has at least found a way to win.
Unquestionably in Kane, Son and the rejuvenated Gareth Bale, Mourinho has a frontline capable of firing the club to silverware.
Tottenham’s forgotten man brilliantly scored his side’s first goal and went on to create our second and third.