Mourinho and Bale drown their penalties with the Europa League

The least, the final 8-1 of the tie against Wolfsberger. What has made José Mourinho's hair stand on end has been the response of his players.

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The least, the final 8-1 of the tie against Wolfsberger. What has made José Mourinho's hair stand on end has been the response of his players. The answer, also, of the less common. In the middle of a week of criticism for the Portuguese and at the gates of a few critical weeks for the team, theirs have made it clear that, at least, they are hungry for more. From Dele Alli, who is already trying to knock down the door, to 'Chilenazos', to Gareth Bale, who nailed another of his missiles, passing through Vinicius, who made an imperial double. There is plenty of equipment to face the final months.

Without Kane, Son or Bale, at least, from the start, eyes were on Dele. After his frustrated departure towards the arms of Pochettino at PSG, the Englishman is trying to recover the lost place, and today, with a Chilean better than Giroud's, and with a fantastic assist for Vinicius, he left his mark. If Mourinho does not start to use him more, it will be clear that it is more for a personal issue than for the player's state of form.Something similar, although not the same, has happened with Bale, whom his coach came to expose at a press conference and who has not hesitated to respond on the pitch. The Welshman may disconnect from football very from time to time, but he does not like being told, so when someone criticizes him, he takes out everything he has inside, which is not little. After being the best in the first leg and one of the most outstanding against West Ham, he returned to the goal path with a missile from within the area at the first touch, reminiscent of Mbappé against Barcelona in the Champions League.



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