Ryan Mason admits his disappointment after Carabao cup defeat to City, as he claims his players gave everything.
Tottenham Hotspur interim manager Ryan Mason said his players gave everything in the Carabao cup final against Manchester City.
Spurs conceded a late goal in the final of the competition which hand over the trophy to Pep Guardiola’s side, as City they claims it for the fourth time in a row
Ryan says in an interview after the game that it was a tough game for them as City kept possession for a long time, though he claim they defended and block well in the first half.
“In the second half we had a couple of moments, produced a great save from their goalkeeper, had a couple of set-plays and openings… could something have happened for us?
“They also had a couple of opportunities in the second half,” Ryan said, but I didn’t feel we were in any danger and as the game went on, we started to have longer spells of possession and I thought we were coming into it a bit.”
The interim manager was disappointed conceding from a set play but said he could not fault his players as they had a change of manager in the midweek and work in a different way.
He further stated that the result is tough for the players, fans and also everyone associated with the club as they fail to make it a moment of joy for the club.