Tottenham picked up a 3-0 win over Leicester City in the Premier League earlier.
James Justin’s own goal gave the home side the lead within the first six minutes and then Harry Kane struck a brace towards the closing stages of the first half.
Mourinho’s men were 3-0 up within 40 minutes and they managed to hold on for the three points in the end.
The win over Leicester will give them a massive boost in the chase for European qualification.
Meanwhile, the Foxes are now level on points with fifth placed Manchester United, having played one game more than the Red Devils.
Brendan Rodgers will be thoroughly disappointed with his team’s performance against Spurs today. There is a very realistic chance that the Foxes could now miss out on Champions League football next season.
At one point, Leicester were in the title race and their capitulation has been quite spectacular since then.
With just one game left to play, Leicester will now need a major slice of luck to qualify for next season’s Champions League.
It will be interesting to see how they bounce back from this. The Foxes will be in the Europa League regardless of what happens but it will be a major blow for them in terms of finances.
With the current health crisis affecting the revenues, Champions League qualification could have been a major boost for them.
Meanwhile, Spurs rise to sixth on 58 points and they will fancy their chances of playing in the Europa League next year.