The 15-year-old bolddreng, as José Mourinho praised to the skies after tottenham's 4-2 win over Olympiakos in Tuesday's Champions League match, speaking now for the first time about the incident.
"It saved my day, my life actually."
It tells the 15-year-old bolddreng, who goes by the name of Callum Hynes to tottenham's website.
the Incident happened after, after that Tottenham were about to set up an attack, but Olympiakos got tackled the ball out for a throw in his own half.
Callum Hynes flew up from his seat, and he had quickly thrown the ball to Serge Aurier, who could send as fast Lucas Moura in depth, and he slammed the ball into Harry Kane. And so there stood 2-2 after Tottenham had been down 0-2.
TV pictures showed how Mourinho first pointed at the Hynes before he gave out a big highfive and a hug:
"I saw the playback on the screen, and I saw exactly what happened. You can look at my smile, that it was just incredible. José didn't have to do it. It was really sweet of him that he came over. It saved my day, my life actually. I love the Spurs, and it was a fantastic moment that I will never forget," ends the 15-year-old bolddreng.
Mourinho said after the match that he actually tried to get bolddrengen down in the locker room after the fight:
"I would like to have him down in the locker room to celebrate with the players, but he was taken home."
"I love smart welcome buyers signboard led calling, as I myself was. And the boy was intelligent. He read the game, understood the game and made an important assist. It was a great moment for him, as he will never forget," said Mourinho after the match according to the BBC.
Totttenham player again on Saturday. 30. november, when they take against Bournemouth at 16:00.
Updated Date: 30 November 2019, 09:00