“They were the ones that created. They were the ones with mobility, they were the ones that started that dynamic that created problems for them and goals for us.
“So I’m really happy. Of course he was a little bit cautious, like all of the creative players, they were a little bit afraid of the pitch, of some emotional tackle.
“But very happy, very professional attitude and a good performance.”
Spurs’ next fixture is scheduled to be at Aston Villa on Wednesday.
Villa’s coronavirus outbreak has thrown the game into doubt, but Mourinho added he is preparing for the game to go ahead, until he’s told otherwise.