MAURICIO POCHETTINO confronted referee Mike Dean in a heated exchange after Tottenham were beaten at Burnley.
Chris Wood opened the lead on 57 minutes, only for Spurs skipper Harry Kane, returning from injury, to equalise eight minutes later.
Ashley Barnes snatched a winner seven minutes from time as Pochettino saw his side defeated for the seventh time this campaign.
Pochettino confronted Dean after the game – visibility infuriated the referee awarded Burnley a corner that resulted in the opening goal of the game.
It looked as though the ball last game off Jeff Hendrick, however, Wood headed home from the resulting corner.
Burnley full-back Phil Bardsley had to move the Argentine away from the officials – but the confrontation reportedly carried on down the tunnel.
Speaking of the incident, Pochettino said: “Nothing happened, what happened on the pitch stays there. We keep going. We made a few mistakes. We conceded two goals. I have nothing to say.
“Congratulations to Burnley, they fought a lot and made it a game and of course we didn’t deserve the defeat but that is football and I can only say keep going.
“Sometimes we try to find answers and excuses to try and justify a defeat. It’s not normally how I react after a game but I knew before and after the game that if we lose then it will be difficult to be a real contender for the title.
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“It is always the case that people complain on the touchline. We complain about every single decision.
“I’m going to accept everything that can happen from the FA. It happened on the pitch and I hope it doesn’t go any further.”