Jose Mourinho’s men have been humbled by Everton.
Jose Mourinho‘s men were found hapless as they struggled to match up with the new-looking Everton side.
Despite a goalless first-half, Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored the only goal of the game around the 55th minute after a fantastic set-piece delivery from left-back Lucas Digne.
James Rodriguez, Allan and Doucoure, the new signings of the Toffees had an impressive debut in the Premier League.
Meanwhile, Tottenham stars Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min put up dreary performances as they hardly made their presence felt.
Hojbjerg and Matt Doherty played their first official game in the Spurs shirt while Tanguy Ndomble made his return after a long break, coming in as a substitute in the final quarter of the game.
Toffees were brimming with confidence as the entire team looked like a rejuvenated side under Carlo Ancelotti.
Richarlison mainly featured as an out-and-out winger on the left-hand side and looked promising if not for his terrible final product.
Jose Mourinho’s worrying form looks to be continuing for the second straight season as he has suffered 12 losses and nine draws since moving to North London.
The Portuguese manager’s words ahead of the new season are flattering to deceive after the defeat in their opening game.
Despite making few additions to the squad, Mourinho still looks fish out of the water, and the urgency for a new striker has grown much after the defeat.