Jose Mourinho is in nobody's good books right now.
Manchester United fans were left frustrated again after Saturday's 0-0 draw with Burnley at Old Trafford, with their manager apparently helpless to change things as his side struggled to break the Clarets down.
And the Portuguese is in particularly hot water with the FA after yet another altercation with the officials, this time one so heated that he was sent to watch the second half of the game in the stands.
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Mourinho completely lost it with referee Mark Clattenburg in the tunnel after he failed to give United a penalty, and while we weren't there to witness the incident, you'd have to imagine it got pretty feisty for the Special One to have been banished for it.
Of course, this will come as no surprise whatsoever to anyone who's followed the exploits of Jose Mourinho over the years. Defensive tactics might be his strong point, but keeping his cool certainly isn't.
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However, he did make one gesture after the game to confirm what we all suspected, that he isn't a completely classless individual.
The United boss isn't always the first to give credit to the opposition, especially when his side have dropped points. On this occasion, though, he made an exception - after the final whistle, he headed into the Burnley dressing room and shook the hand of every single one of Sean Dyche's men, reports the Manchester Evening News.
Yes, the Red Devils were frustrating to watch, as they just couldn't find the back of the net, but Burnley deserve their dues for an outstanding performance.
Goalkeeper Tom Heaton once again showed why he's worthy of his place in the England squad with a brilliant display to keep Zlatan Ibrahimovic and co. at bay.
So, while Mourinho may not have been in the best of moods, he had to admit that his players were equally matched, and it's nice to see such a classy gesture from him - it's a safe bet he didn't venture into Clattenburg's office to offer him the same treatment, though.
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