Ange Postecoglou expressed his frustration over his team’s lack of discipline as Tottenham Hotspur rallied for a 3-2 victory over Brentford in a heated match at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The game saw Brentford taking an early lead but Spurs fought back with two quick goals at the start of the second half, followed by Richarlison securing a third goal. However, Brentford managed to score again after a mistake by Spurs’ left-back Destiny Udogie led to Ivan Toney’s successful finish.

Postecoglou was critical of his team’s inability to maintain focus and discipline, with complaints about too many stoppages and players engaging with the referee instead of focusing on the game. He particularly expressed displeasure at Neal Maupay’s celebration imitation of James Maddison, which led to confrontations between players.

Both coaches had strong opinions about the incidents. Postecoglou criticized Maupay’s celebration for inciting unnecessary aggression, while Brentford head coach Thomas Frank shrugged off Spurs’ anger and dismissed it as their problem.

Despite the win, Postecoglou downplayed the significance of their position in the table, emphasizing the need for continued growth and improvement within the team.

The match was a display of intense competition and emotions from both teams, ultimately resulting in a narrow victory for Spurs. Postecoglou’s frustration and disappointment with his team’s performance highlighted the importance of discipline and focus on the game, rather than becoming embroiled in unnecessary confrontations.

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