Jose Mourinho sent off in Roma draw

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Jose Mourinho sent off in their 2-2 draw against Verona in the Serie A.

Roma manager Jose Mourinho was sent off by the referee in their home draw against Verona in the Serie A.

The former Manchester United manager’s side were 2-0 down in the half time of the game but they were able to get a draw before the end of the game.

AS Roma fought their way back from two goals down to salvage a 2-2 draw at home to Verona but coach Jose Mourinho was sent off in added time for gesturing towards the referee.

Roma, who had a depleted squad due to injuries and a COVID-19 outbreak, trailed early on to a tap-in from Antonin Barak in the fifth minute and an Adrien Tameze strike in the 20th.

The hosts pulled themselves back into contention thanks to two teenage substitutes, Australian-born forward Cristian Volpato, 18, getting their first goal back in the 65th minute before 19-year-old Edoardo Bove levelled in the 84th.

According to ESPN the revival did not manage to satisfy Mourinho, however, and the Portuguese was sent off right before the final whistle for kicking a ball away in frustration after pointing at his head while staring at referee Luca Pairetto, appearing to make the sign of a telephone.

Mourinho declined to speak to the media after the game.



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