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Jose Mourinho's spoof phone call to Arsene Wenger

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After Chelsea's 6-0 demolition of Arsenal at Stamford Bridge, Small t Productions have produced a brilliant spoof video of Jose Mourinho mocking Arsene Wenger.

The Portuguese tactician makes a phone call to Le Professeur to taunt him in the aftermath of last weekend's thrashing, which left a sour taste in the mouth of the Gunners boss on his 1000th game as manager.

Arsenal were two goals down inside 10 minutes following quick-fire strikes from Samuel Eto'o and Andre Schurrle, and Eden Hazard netted from the penalty spot before half-time to give Chelsea a 3-0 lead at the break.

To make matters worse, the visitors were reduced to 10-men when Kieran Gibbs was sent off by Andre Marriner, when he was mistaken for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain after the Arsenal midfielder executed a deliberate hand-ball in the box.

Oscar scored twice after the interval and a first goal for substitute Mohamed Salah completed the rout for Chelsea, who extended their lead at the top of the Premier League table, and left Arsenal's title challenge in tatters.

The victory also maintains Mourinho's unbeaten record against Wenger, which now extends to 11 games in all competitions, so it's no surprise that the Chelsea boss was portrayed in a jovial mood during his spoof phone call to Wenger.

You can listen to the hilarious exchange in the video above - and if you want to check out more of Small t Productions' comedy content then check out their Facebook page HERE!

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