Mourinho said "everyone in the world" knew it was a penalty except Michael Oliver who was in charge of VAR on the day.
Jose Mourinho left seething with VAR after Tottenham were denied a penalty at Bournemouth
Tottenham Hotspur boss Jose Mourinho was upset his side were denied a penalty in their 0-0 draw with Bournemouth on Thursday.
The Spurs manager said that 'everybody in the world' could see that Josh King fouled striker Harry Kane and a penalty should have been awarded.
Following the goalless draw against the Cherries, Mourinho told Sky Sports: "The game has the most important moment [Kane penalty decision] and I don’t want to say any more in relation to that. Everybody knows. You know who, you know when... Everybody knows.
"The performance was not good enough. Bournemouth surprised me in the way they played. It was a good result for them and they got the point they wanted. We were dominant behind but then there was a lack of sharpness in the attacking areas. I made changes, I think the changes helped to improve the game in the last half but we didn’t score."
On the penalty decision by VAR, the Portuguese said: "The same referee who did the VAR decision against Sheffield United - Michael Oliver. Opinions matter. It’s not only mine, everybody knows that is a penalty and when I say everybody, I mean everybody. Everybody."