One Tottenham fan called for Jose Mourinho to be sacked following their disastrous night in Europe and sensationally claimed they should sell either Harry Kane or Heung-min Son.

Spurs crashed out of the Europa League losing 3-0 to Dinamo Zagreb as they were beaten 3-2 on aggregate by the Croatian side.

Jose Mourinho will be under pressure following Tottenham’s defeat

Mourinho comes under increasing pressure following their poor season in the Premier League and failure in Europe will again put him under fire.

talkSPORT 2 had live commentary of the game against Zagreb with Spurs legend Clive Allen calling it a ‘disastrous’ result for the club.

DJ Majestic and Anthony King hosted the Spurs Focus Hour on talkSPORT 2 immediately after kick-off where one fan made the stunning remarks.

Heung-min Son missed the Dinamo Zagreb defeat through injury

Tottenham supporter Cody said: “Jose, I do think needs to go. From a result like this, I don’t think he can really recover. It reminds me of when we lost to Bayern last season. 

“After that it was done for Poch and there was no way back. Now, and it’s a big, big call, I think that even selling someone like Harry Kane or Son is an option.”

It was a bleak day for Spurs and Sports Bar host Jason Cundy believes they went in with the wrong mentality.

“They played with fear,” Cundy said. “They went into the game not looking to score. Jose is getting worse with the way he sets his sides up.

“You will have thought a 2-0 lead would have been enough with the away side not getting any goals. 

“Taking that lead, you felt one away goal would have been enough but it’s fear football.

It was not a happy night in Croatia for Harry Kane

“Spurs were on their knees. Their mentality going into that game was all wrong. 

“He’s getting worse Jose. This is a black day in Spurs’ European performances. It’s right up there with the most embarrassing defeats.

“I don’t know where Jose goes from here. They’ve got the League Cup final. He can win a one off game, he’s proven that this season. 

“If they don’t, where do they go Spurs?”

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