Jose Mourinho's best bits from his debut on Sky Sports

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Jose Mourinho made his Sky Sports debut during Super Sunday this weekend and he didn’t disappoint.

Within minutes, the Portuguese had caused a stir after he claimed only four clubs could win the Premier League title - Manchester City, Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester City B.

Instantly, we knew Mourinho was going to be fascinating to watch over the next five or so hours.

And so it proved.

From suggesting that Harry Maguire will have to get used covering Luke Shaw to criticising Chelsea’s tactics, Mourinho really didn’t hold back.

But there’s a treat for those of you that missed Mourinho in action.

Sky Sports have released the ‘best bits’ of punditry from the former Chelsea and Man Utd manager.

Take a look:

Superb.

We already can’t wait to have Jose back on our screens.

One man that didn’t take too fondly to Mourinho’s analysis, though, was Chelsea boss Frank Lampard.

Mourinho claimed that the Blues didn’t do the “basics” and accused them of being “too soft” and “not aggressive” enough, while pointing his finger at the inexperienced trio of Mason Mount, Andreas Christensen and Tammy Abraham.

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But Lampard hit back by insisting he couldn’t play the likes Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Callum Hudson-Odoi, and Willian who were all ruled out through injury.

“I don't have to be too concerned about what anyone else says, the pundits, but what is clear is the squad is the squad we've got and I believe in it," Lampard responded.

“I can't drag people out of the medical room, whether they're experienced or not. The players we played today, and on the bench, are the players we have.

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"We were missing internationals and big players, but I don't want that to be an excuse. We were competing for long periods.

“We made four mistakes and they put them away. It is a reality check for us all. It wasn't a 4-0 game for long periods, but we need to accept it."

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