Roma boss Jose Mourinho has remained unchanged, with a three-finger gesture at Juventus fans in the Serie A match between the two teams at Allianz. Stadium last Sunday night.
The ‘big match’ of the Premier League ended in a 1-0 victory for Zebras from Moise Kean’s only goal in the 16th minute, with the visitors having the chance to equalize from the spot. Jordan Vertout’s penalty, but shot to save Wojciech Szczesny at the end of the first half.
According to DAZN, Mourinho showed the “3 fingers” symbol at Juventus fans. After being booed during his protest against Daniele Orzato, who came just three minutes from injury time.
Back three years ago, the Portuguese boss did this when he was in charge of Manchester United against Juventus in the Champions League, and also made some defensive gestures to create dissatisfaction. Leonardo Bonucci in the game until he ran into the matter. And always become the target of opponent football fans.
“Of course the Juventus fans don’t like me,” Mourinho said after the game. “The hardest moment for them was when we won the treble (with Inter), but with the players. The technical staff and management are all highly respected.”
What Did It Mean?
The Special One responded with his now very familiar three-fingered gesture in reference to the treble he famously won in 2010 while managing Juventus’ rival Internazionale. When he made the same gesture on Saturday during the 2-2 draw with his former team. It was a nod to the three Premier League titles. He won at Stamford Bridge. It came after Manchester United conceded late on to draw with victory seemingly in the bag. As the late drama unfolded a considerable backlash from the Blue fans.