Mourinho not shaken by draw

Kristopher Nichols
September 12, 2017

"I know after national teams there are no miracles or injuries or fatigue or lack of concentration and we had a little bit of everything".

Lukaku, who scored United's second goal of the afternoon, had a chance to net the victor late on, but he steered Anthony Martial's cross over the bar.

In typical fashion, however, the "Special One" claimed that Stoke were focused on securing a draw rather than victory themselves. To be honest, it's always a tough game when you come to this stadium.

"A draw was a fair result. They defended well, they counter-attacked and in set-pieces, they are powerful".

The bust-up happened when Stoke manager Hughes got annoyed at Mourinho entering his technical area when they squabbled over a foul. We were up against the best side in the Premier League judging by what they have shown so far. "I think they are all much of a muchness really".

As the final whistle blew, Mourinho refused to shake Hughes' hand.

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It was a tempestuous affair on the touchline, with Hughes shoving Mourinho away from his technical area during the second half, before the Portuguese left the dugout at full-time without offering a handshake.

After refusing to shake the hand of his rival manager Mark Hughes and arrogantly proclaiming his opponents were little more than long-ball merchants intent on destroying the handsome game, this was Groundhog Day for seasoned Mourinho watchers. "Maybe that was what upset him!"

"Maybe it's because it has to be viewed as a negative result for him, coming to Stokewhen everybody expected them to beat us".

"He also asked the referee to send Jose to the stands".

And, in a BT Sport interview, Mourinho added: "I don't speak about stupid things, I am too old for that".

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