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Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho got exactly what he wanted at the Vicente Calderon in the first leg of the Champions League semi-final, drawing 0-0 with Atletico Madrid.
Jose Mourinho’s side had an obvious gameplan widely known in the football world as ‘parking the bus’.
Having criticised Sam Allardyce earlier this season for his ’19th century football’, it was inevitable Mourinho would be lambasted for his tactics.
Some of the best tweets can be seen below.
I wonder if Sam Allardyce is watching tonight with a smile on his face?
— Ian Abrahams (@BroadcastMoose) April 22, 2014
I hope the ITV reporter says to Mourinho after the match – “Just got 4 things to say Jose 1.Boring 2.Boring 3.Boring 4.Boring"
— The 4th Official (@_4thOfficial) April 22, 2014
Is this 19th Century football from Mr Mourinho tonight? #Hypocrite
— Dave Enright (@booshmoon2) April 22, 2014
Jose Mourinho has an odd habit of turning a semi-final into a rock fight, even when he has the better team … #SameAsItEverWas
— Bröther Antö (@rossoAnto) April 22, 2014
Sometimes I wonder if Mourinho's dream job is Chievo rather than Manchester United/Real Madrid
— David Amoyal (@DavidAmoyal) April 22, 2014
If Cech hadn't gone off injured Mourinho would've put both keepers on by now.
— Nikolas Postinger (@nikpostinger) April 22, 2014
It always amazes me when words like 'Brave' are used to describe a defensive display by Mourinho's Chelsea It's pure cowardice.
— Jonny (@JonnyOneill) April 22, 2014
How have I endured watching Mourinho's 8-1-1 Chelsea team for this long…
— Messi Minutes (@MessiMinutes) April 22, 2014
Dear journos: If Mourinho ever complains about defensive teams in an interview again, feel free to blow a raspberry in his face.
— Susy Campanale (@SusyCampanale) April 22, 2014
- Updated: April 22, 2014