Jose Mourinho didn't shake hands with Frank Lampard after Chelsea 2-1 Spurs


Frank Lampard has faced Jose Mourinho three times in his managerial career.

He’s now won three times.

The latest win was crucial.

Chelsea entered the clash against Spurs having not won their previous four league games. It meant Jose Mourinho’s side had crept to within one point of them.

But the gap is now four points after goals from Olivier Giroud and Marcos Alonso gave the Blues a massive victory.

And you could tell that Lampard thoroughly enjoyed it.

He celebrated both goals wildly and was infuriated when Giovani Lo Celso wasn’t given a red card for his ‘stamp’ on Cesar Azpilicueta.

Meanwhile, Mourinho was slumped on his seat for much of the match.

And at full-time, the Spurs boss couldn’t get down the tunnel to changing rooms quick enough.

But it may have been too quick.

That’s because it appears he failed to shake Lampard’s hand at full-time.

Cameras caught the exchange - or lack of one - and fans think Mourinho purposely blanked Lampard.

Take a look:

p1e1mm2ndgq6l1rkn17311v4lepf9.jpg p1e1mm303a8054ej1h5h8rb1vvjb.jpg p1e1mm36ulu2gf2svmemci3vud.jpg p1e1mm3udbsjf1i48gui15gm12u5f.jpg p1e1mm4bhj4knahk1emqrue1l0qh.jpg

Footage is inconclusive but it certainly wouldn’t be the first time Mourinho would have lost his head on a return to Stamford Bridge because of a Chelsea manager’s celebrations.

Back in 2016, Mourinho felt “humiliated” by Conte’s celebrations after Chelsea thrashed his Manchester United side 4-0.

News Now - Sport News