Spurs were not creating clear chances and they were caught flat-footed again in the last six minutes from a similar move as the first two goals, as Oliver McBurnie made it 3-0 for Sheffield with a close range finish at the near post from Berge's cut-back. The referee who is not very good on the pitch, we can not expect that he's good in the office. We are the unofficial champions of Europe on VAR decisions going against us. I would be super frustrated.
"We have to be mentally stronger to cope with what happened in the game".
The Blades, who had taken one point from their first three games since the restart, have reignited their own European ambitions with the win and climb above their visitors into seventh, with Spurs languishing in ninth.
Mourinho's side had been in control at the back but found themselves behind in the 31st minute. "That's my criticism to my team in the second half".
After spreading the ball wide to Chris Basham, Berge broke into the Tottenham area, collected the return pass and drilled his low shot into the far corner.
Spurs thought they had levelled inside two minutes as Kane rolled home after a loose ball landed at his feet, only for VAR to get involved.
Lucas Moura was penalised by VAR official Michael Oliver for handball, even though he was tripped onto the ball by a United player.
Their mood only good worse soon after as Oliver Norwood, less than 90 seconds after picking up a yellow card, clearly raised a hand against Son Heung-min but went unpunished.
McBurnie put the result beyond doubt when he tapped in from Berge's cross in the 84th minute after more sloppy Tottenham defending.