Jose Mourinho hails Tottenham progress, but expects to win
23rd March 2011 - Chad Lazarus
Real Madrid football manager Jose Mourinho has praised Tottenham's Champions League campaign but has insisted he will end it.
The former Chelsea football manager believes that Spurs can be very proud of their progress, having beaten Internazionale and AC Milan on their way to this point.
However, after seeing Real draw the north London club for the quarter-final of the competition, Mourinho told BBC Radio 5 Live that he is sure his team has the necessary qualities to progress.
Still, the Portuguese football manager will not be underestimating Tottenham.
"They have ambitions, are a very good team, have very good players and a good manager in Harry. You can feel it is a happy team and happy teams are dangerous teams," he said.
Real have a fitness concern over star forward Cristiano Ronaldo, who injured his hamstring against rivals Atletico Madrid at the weekend and may miss the first leg of the Spurs tie at the Bernabeu.
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