This is the moment Ange Postecoglou fumed in the direction of Spurs star Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg during a pre-season friendly.

The former Celtic boss reacted in disbelief at what he was watching prompting an angry response from the touchline.

Despite a huge 5-1 win over Shakhtar Donetsk, Postecoglou made his demands clear as he urged his side to keep playing to his style.

In a short clip shared on social media the Spurs boss spun around in frustration in his technical area. 

Postecoglou then launched into action as he demanded midfielder Hojbjerg kept playing as he barked "Hojb, play. Play."

Users were quick to comment on the touchline video. One commented: "When you’ve went from managing Callum McGregor to managing Pierre-Emile Holbjerg"

Another wrote: "*Kulusevski unmarked on the wing* *Hojbjerg holds the ball up and plays the pass back to Ben Davies* Ange:"

But a third added: "Love it! Our big ange #coys"

While Postecoglou was left stunned in the moment, he would celebrate a comfortable win in his first outing at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Harry Kane netter four goals with Dane Scarlett adding a fifth in the rout over Shakhtar who scored what would end up being a consolation through Kevin Kelsy.

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Kane opened the scoring after 38 minutes when he slotted home from a penalty won by James Maddison. Shakhtar then levelled with Kelsy heading home from close range.

However, in the second half Spurs ran rampant in front of a home crowd. Kane headed home after 50 minutes and then sealed a hat-trick five minutes later as he aplied the finishing touch to a Dejan Kulusevski cross.

Kane scored his fourth of the afternoon after 79 minutes as he tapped home a rebound from Manor Solomon's shot and youngster Scarlett got in on the act with the final kick of the game as he scored from a Kulusevski delivery.