Jose Mourinho’s Raging Behaviour and Booked for Starting Europa League Final Melee

Jose Mourinho's Raging Behaviour and Booked for Starting Europa League Final Melee

It was a dramatic end to the Europa League final as Jose Mourinho, the manager of Manchester United, was booked for his involvement in the melee that occurred after the final whistle. Mourinho couldn’t control his rage and was restrained by his own sub keeper as both the teams, Manchester United and Atletico Madrid, were involved in the clash.

Mourinho’s team lost the final match 2-0 to Atletico Madrid, who dominated the game from the start. The tension between the two teams escalated when Atletico Madrid’s Diego Costa taunted Manchester United’s fans after scoring his second goal in the dying minutes of the game.

Manchester United’s players showed their disappointment and frustration after the match, but it was Mourinho’s reaction that caught the attention of the media. The usually composed manager couldn’t control his emotions and was seen shouting at Atletico Madrid’s manager, Diego Simeone.

The melee erupted when Mourinho intervened in a heated argument between Diego Godin and Angel Correa, who were in a physical altercation. Mourinho’s intervention infuriated Simeone and the Atletico Madrid players, and soon players from both sides were involved in the clash.