Jose Mourinho was at it again as the Roma boss received another red card.
The Portuguese manager is notoriously fiery and did not hold back when he took issue with a decision by the referee in their Serie A clash with Atalanta.
Mourinho thought Roma should have been given a stonewall penalty for a foul on Nicolo Zaniolo, however the referee disagreed.
The midfielder was involved in a tussle with Atalanta’s Caleb Okoli in the box, but stayed on his feet.
Mourinho then made his way onto the pitch to confront the referee and had to be restrained by members of the Roma staff.
Unsurprisingly, he was shown a red card.
As reported by Football Italia, Mourinho said: “There was a very clear penalty. I asked the referee afterwards why, and asked him to be clear with me that it was because Zaniolo did not go down.
“So therefore I have to change my advice to my players, I have to tell them don’t try to stay on your feet, don’t play the ball, be a clown the way many who dive like they’re in a swimming pool do in this league, because that is evidently how you get penalties.”
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The decision not to award Mourinho’s side a penalty was decisive as Atlanata picked up the 1-0 win.
Giorgio Scalvini’s first-half strike was enough to hand them a 1-0 victory over Roma.
It is not the first time Mourinho has seen red for Roma, back in February he received his marching orders for a verbal barrage at the referee that resulted in a two-game ban.