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Tottenham vs Manchester City: Jose Mourinho’s Funny Reaction

Jose Mourinho jokes with his ability to change his super fast expression in the win over Man City.

As it turned out, the sight of Jose Mourinho grinning as Tottenham were blown off the pitch was only part of the story. Because when his team repeatedly receives adverse decisions from the referee, the Portuguese coach himself can not remain calm but friendly forever.

Mourinho must have smiled a lot more after seeing Hugo Lloris successfully save the penalty of Ilkay Gundogan and Spurs escaped a lucky loss to Man City. However, short-term joy was not as good as that, only seemed to last for only two seconds.

The number was after the ball was pushed out of the 11m shot, Raheem Sterling tried his best to plunge into the backfill and made a move to collide with the keeper. If it is determined to be a foul, a second penalty in a row will be played but then this time, the referee has also dismissed it.

The problem is that if there is no penalty, it also means that Sterling has eaten, in the context of the British star who originally ate a yellow card before. However, the referee also decided not to withdraw the red card to disqualify the player on the Man City side, so Spurs also lost the advantage in numbers.

Mourinho essentially did not care about this until his assistant said it. So immediately turning 180 degrees of expressive nuance, the Special One was smiling suddenly, suddenly rushing to protest against the fourth referee in anger, and then shouted into the plaintive yard like Mike Dean could hear (or crave to hear).

Add to that the commentator’s relatively gruesome laughter that made this highly entertaining video. Indeed, in terms of comedy, Mourinho ranked second, no one received the number one, maybe luckily except for his former students at Manchester United!

And anyway, Mourinho’s Tottenham was still playing more or less than anyone with the red card of Oleksandr Zinchenko in the second half and brilliantly defeated Pep Guardiola’s Man City 2-0. A worthy victory.