Jose Mourinho Skipping Down The Tunnel After Beating Chelsea Is Box-Office Entertainment
A delighted Jose Mourinho skipped all the way to the dressing room after Tottenham Hotspur's Carabao Cup fourth round win over Chelsea.
Spurs made nine changes for the game due to a congested fixture list but managed to advance 5-4 on penalties after a 1-1 draw in extra time.
Mourinho played down his side's chances of coming out on top but when they did, he was incredibly pleased.
Footage emerged following the game which showed the Portuguese coach and assistant Joao Sacramento gallop down the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium tunnel in joy.
Jose Mourinho skipping into the dressing room after beating Chelsea :sob: pic.twitter.com/AkTst4Muin
- Football Daily (@footballdaily) September 30, 2020
Fans have reacted to the clip and it shows why Mourinho is still one of football's most entertaining personalities.
Jose is always fun to watch :joy:
- Joker :registered: (@SanjelRoshan0) September 30, 2020
:joy: Love him even more after watching the spurs documentary. Think he will win a trophy either this season or next
- Michael Seery (@Michael_Seery) September 30, 2020
That's so hilarious man :joy:
- Arsenalisation Official (@ArsenalisationG) September 30, 2020
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Timo Werner's first goal for Chelsea gave his side the lead in the first half and Frank Lampard's side dominated the possession.
But they couldn't convert their chances and seven minutes from time, Erik Lamela turned home a Sergio Reguilon cross to take the game to penalties.
Every Spurs player scored while Mason Mount clipped the post to give Mourinho his first managerial win over Lampard.
Speaking after the game, he told Sky Sports: "I told you before the game we would be ready to fight and we were ready to fight.
"I told the players before the penalties that I don't care about the penalties, I care about what we did before.
"We were the best team, we were magnificent. In the second half a super team like Chelsea looked very ordinary, and they are not. We played so, so well.
"I told the players they should only think about this game, but I have to think about three games at the same time. They only thought about this game and they were phenomenal, so all credit to the boys.
"I have an incredibly negative record on penalty shootouts, but today I had a feeling that everything was going well. We were by far the best team and the boys deserved to win the match."
Spurs welcome Maccabi Haifa in the Europa League on Thursday before traveling to Old Trafford on Sunday to take on Manchester United.
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