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Jamie O'Hara hits out at Tottenham's fragile mentality after they drop more points against Fulham

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Jamie O'Hara has questioned Tottenham's fragile mentality after they dropped more points from a winning position in the draw against Fulham before insisting that Jose Mourinho's team are not good enough to hold on to slender leads.

The disappointing draw for Spurs means they failed to reclaim third place and go level on points with Liverpool after Harry Kane's first-half header was cancelled out by Ivan Cavaleiro in the 74th minute.

The result left a frustrated O'Hara questioning Mourinho's tactics against a relegation candidate, while the former Spurs midfielder claimed the Tottenham boss can't rely on his winning blueprint at Chelsea because the centre-backs he has now just don't compare.

'We're coming out second half scrappy and I don't understand why we played [Moussa] Sissoko right midfield at home.

'He's never going to get fit if you don't play him,' O'Hara added.

O'Hara was also left frustrated by how deep Kane was having to drop to receive the ball against Fulham, insisting the Spurs talisman should've been further up the pitch to be the team's main focal point in attack.

'Then we can get up the pitch, then you can link and you're getting the ball in the final third instead of getting it in midfield, getting a few touches and playing a couple of nice passes but he's not hurting the team.

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