Hugo Lloris and Son Heung-min have bust-up at half-time of Spurs vs Everton

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Jose Mourinho would have been pretty satisfied when Graham Scott blew for half-time at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium.

Tottenham led Everton 1-0 after 45 minutes following Michael Keane’s own goal in a half which they were the better team.

The home side had eight shots to Everton’s one and were looking pretty comfortable.

Happy days, then?

Well, no actually.

That’s because goalkeeper Hugo Lloris and Son Heung-min had an incredible bust-up on the pitch at half-time.

Quite what it was all about is unknown.

Take a look:

What was going on there!?

At half-time, Sky Sports pundits tried to work out exactly what the Frenchman was so angry about. Towards the end of the half, Son appeared to give up too easily which led to Richarlison eventually picking up the ball and firing just wide.

And Lloris was fuming at the South Korean for allowing it to happen in the final few minutes of the half. 

Before the start of the second half, the two players appeared to kiss and make up and had clearly settled their differences in the dressing room.

Nothing wrong with showing a bit of passion. 

Many Spurs fans are concerned with their side's form under Mourinho right now but the Portuguese manager assured them they have the right players to improve in the coming years.

"In this team, we have lots of people of the right age, with the right quality, with the right ambition," Mourinho said before the clash against Everton

"So I would say that in three, four, five years' time, the base of the team will still be around. Important players that are in the club now. That's why I say we don't need to make lots of changes. I believe we have an important nucleus of players.

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"(Like some of the fans), I want too much too soon, but I think my realism is stronger with experience. I think it's very important to be realistic, to be in control of emotions and to understand that there is a process.

"I understand the fans' ambitions of course. I understand people dream of the best things, they don't dream of the worst things, but it takes time.

"The good thing is that we are all together in the club. We are all very stable, very realistic, very experienced and we are going to get there."

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