Danny Dyer films Jose Mourinho in West Ham stands

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Jose Mourinho had a terrible day yesterday. Not only did he see his Chelsea team lose their fifth Premier League game of the season, but he had to watch half of the dismal defeat from the West Ham executive box.

Most Chelsea fans have already seen the picture of the Special One sulking in the background while the Upton Park bigwigs celebrated Andy Carroll's winner, but most would not have seen the man standing next to him.

Introducing Danny Dyer. The Eastenders star is one of a number of famous West Ham fans and was lucky enough to be present as the Hammers beat the Blues to go second in the Premier League, at least for a couple of hours.


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But his favourite part of the day was surely coming back to his seat after a half-time snack to find none other than Mourinho himself standing next to him. He couldn't help but follow what is becoming a popular trend; whipping out his smartphone and filming him. 

He then shared it with his 1.1million Twitter followers with the tagline: "Someone's got the slight hump. #COYI".

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Pushing and shoving

Mourinho was criticised earlier this week for appearing to push a cocky teenager called Sonnie Burgess, but he may have thought better of dealing similar treatment to all-round hard man Danny Dyer.

The 16-year-old released footage appearing to show the Chelsea boss shoving him as he attempted to take a selfie, but it later emerged that Burgess may have followed Mourinho for as long as 20 minutes.

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