Tottenham teammates Hugo Lloris and Heung-min Son were involved in an extraordinary on-pitch bust-up.The Spurs players had to be separated by Harry Winks and Giovani Lo Celso after cameras caught them pushing each other at the end of the first half against Everton.Jose Mourinho’s men were winning 1-0 thanks to a Michael Keane own goal in the 24th minute, a result which saw Spurs take all three points in the end.But there were no celebrations when the whistle went after 45 minutes as captain Lloris and Son went at each other.The fracas appeared to stem from Son not tracking back when a pass to him was intercepted by Yerry Mina – setting up a Richarlison chance.Watch The Emirates FA Cup Semi Finals LIVE with ESPN on Kayo. New to Kayo? Get your 14-day free trial & start streaming instantly >Spurs stars clash at HT!0:27Commentator Gary Neville said: “They should have showed that much passion on the pitch.”Tempers settled down before the second-half though as Lloris and Son were shown hugging in the tunnel.Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp said: “He [Son] gives up, he absolutely gives up on it.“There’s a reaction as Lloris then shouts at Son – this is probably the most exciting thing that’s happened in the first half.“But that actually might be a consequence of what happened in the Sheffield United game when he didn’t make a challenge.“Lloris runs up to him, he pushes Lo Celso in the way almost.“I’ve been involved with this before – Steve McManaman and Bruce Grobbelaar.“In a way, at least it shows they care because against Sheffield United they didn’t, there wasn’t enough of that.“You’ve got to have that sometimes – it’s not the first time it’s happened in football and it won’t be the last.“You want to see players showing a bit of passion.“It was too easy – he’s got to get back and help his team out and he didn’t.“Sometimes you’ve got to let people know!”Tottenham Hotspur’s Hugo Lloris Son Heung-Min were fine after half-time.Source: AFPLloris played down the incident after the game, insisting it was just tempers rising in the heat of the moment as Everton hunted for an equaliser just before the break.“What happened between me and Sonny is just something that is part of football sometimes. But there is no problem at all.“You can see at the end of the game, we are more than happy to be part of the team and have these three points.”When pushed as to what sparked the incident, Lloris revealed it was an Everton attack just before half time, where Son failed to track back on Richarlison.“Yeah. I think to concede a chance a few seconds before half time because we don’t make the pressing properly. Yeah, that annoyed me. But it’s part of football, move on.”Jose Mourinho added that he was aware of the incident at half time and was please to see his players with a bit of fire and holding each other to accountability.“That’s beautiful,” he said. “It’s probably a consequence of our meetings so if you want to blame somebody for that, it’s me.“I was critical of my boys because they are not, in my opinion, critical with themselves or each other. I ask them to be more demanding, I ask them to demand more from others, I ask them to put that team pressure that you have to give everthing for everybody.“For a team to grow up, you need to demand from each other to be strong personalities and I was really pleased. At half time I told them ‘you’ve had this reaction and I have no doubts that in the second half you’re going to stick together until the end.’”This article was originally published by The Sun and reproduced with permission.