LONDON (AFP) - Harry Redknapp wants Tottenham to take out their frustrations on Inter Milan in Tuesday's Champions League clash as the row rumbles on over Nani's controversial goal against his team.
Redknapp could face an FA investigation after his comments about referee Mark Clattenburg in the aftermath of Tottenham's 2-0 defeat against Manchester United on Saturday.
The Spurs boss was furious Clattenburg allowed Nani to tap into an empty net while goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes prepared to take what he thought was a free-kick in the closing minutes at Old Trafford.
Nani's cheeky goal left Redknapp ranting: "The officials will come up with a story that will make it look right. That's the way it happens. He made a cock-up, but he'll come up with some excuse.