Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho was top class today, coming off the bench to play as a goalkeeper in the Game 4 Grenfell at Loftus Road.
The charity match was put together to raise money for those affected by the tragic 2017 Grenfell Tower fire.
Team Ferdinand beat Team Shearer in a penalty shoot-out victory - with Mourinho managing to save a total of zero penalties.
The former Chelsea boss was a late addition to the charity match and didn't take his usual role on the touchline, putting on the goalkeeper gloves instead.
He replaced former Premier League keeper David James in the 60th minute and managed to earn himself a yellow card for time-wasting.
Mo Farah scored an early goal and was in the studio with the Portuguese coach after the game for a post-match chat.
They both spoke excellently before sharing a brilliant moment at the end of the interview.
Jamie Carragher and Thierry Henry shared a hilarious moment in 2015, with the legendary Arsenal striker accidentally touching the leg of his fellow pundit following news of Brendan Rodgers departure from Liverpool.
They recreated the moment at the beginning of the 2017/18 season.
Mourinho took on the role of Henry and brought hysterics in the studio when he pointed out that they just re-created the famous Sky Sports moment.
Say what you want about Mourinho but he's always there as the biggest name at these charity games.
Manchester United have enjoyed a perfect start to the season, scoring ten and conceding none in their opening three Premier League fixtures.
Mourinho is keeping his feet on the ground, noting that the Red Devils started last season in a similar vein of form.
“No [we couldn’t have hoped for better] but I repeat, last season was the same, but the only difference was that last season we had the results but not great performances and I think these three matches, we had the results and three very solid and compact performances.”
Manchester United face a tricky trip to Stoke City next Saturday afternoon.
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