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LONDON - Spurs boss Martin Jol says a tackle which left Egyptian winger Hossam Ghaly with four teeth missing was "cynical".
Ghaly was injured after colliding with the boot of Portsmouth defender Noe Pamarot during Monday's 1-1 draw.
Jol said: "I asked the referee and he said it wasn't a foul but when I looked at it again I thought it was cynical."
But Pompey boss Harry Redknapp defended Pamarot, saying: "That is nonsense. It was a pure accident. Pamarot hasn't got a cynical bone in his body."
Ghaly was off the field for nearly 10 minutes after ducking into Pamarot's high boot in the opening minutes of the match.
Remarkably, he returned to the field and continued until half-time before being replaced by Danny Murphy.
Jol added: "I know Pamarot and he is a terrific lad, exceptional, but not when he is on the pitch. Ghaly was unbelievable. I thought at first the doctor told me he lost his false teeth but he was really saying four teeth.
"Most people would have gone to hospital and stayed there a week with that injury but he went back on to play and it was only later I noticed some dangerous signs and took him off." - BBC