The first international break is upon us and with that, we have gotten to see a number of newsworthy incidents.
From Leroy Sane’s returning back from the Germany national team camp to Luke Shaw’s injury, we can safely say that this international break was not as boring as some previous ones.
But apart from all the on-field actions, it seems that another news is grabbing headlines and it involves Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho.
The Portuguese has entered his third season at Old Trafford which many believe will be his last at the club.
Right from pre-season, Jose Mourinho has shown his negative side first by bashing Anthony Martial for taking an extended break during his child’s birth and then going on to slam the board for their failures to bring in the desired transfers during the summer.
Then came the familiar sight of misbehaving with the journalists where Jose was sometimes rude and when he did not have any appropriate answers he chose to walk out.
But now the whole world has a glorious opportunity to laugh at him.
Jose Mourinho was present during England’s 2-1 defeat to Spain at Wembley this past week seeing the likes of Marcus Rashford and Luke Shaw in action. But the manager was himself part of the limelight when he took a tumble right before kick-off.
And immediately this picture was all over the internet.
Mourinho is turning into his greatest enemy. He's finished pic.twitter.com/6c2tTVV8MJ
— ᴘʟ ᴘᴏʟʟꜱ (@PL_PoIIs) September 8, 2018
Mourinho just fell over in front of me in Club Wembley! pic.twitter.com/2STeQ0JhXC
— CFC FANTV (@cfc_fantv) September 8, 2018
Mourinho: I fell once, none of the 19 other managers fell.
Respect, Respect. pic.twitter.com/Agve9vGNyZ
— Maurizio~ (@EnjoySarri) September 8, 2018
— βeastγ (@LiverBeast) September 9, 2018
— Average Striker (@AverageStriker) September 8, 2018
After the international break, Manchester United take on Watford – who are third on the league table, at Vicarage Road.
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