José Mourinho once again taunted Juventus fans by showing them three fingers as a reminder of the treble he won with Inter.
As a former Nerazzurri coach, Mourinho has a tricky relationship with the Old Lady’s supporters who, as expected, didn’t give him the warmest welcome at the Allianz Stadium.
They repeatedly insulted the Roma coach who only reacted once.
Mourinho protested when Daniele Orsato gave three minutes of added time and DAZN showed he kept three fingers held high pointing to Juventus’ Curva Sud.
The Portuguese had done exactly the same thing three years prior, when he was in charge of Manchester United and faced Juventus at Old Trafford in a Champions League group stage game.
That time, he deliberately showed the three fingers during the match, staring at Juventus fans.
“Obviously, Juventus fans are not in love with me,” Mourinho said after the game.
“The hardest moment for them was when we won the Treble. But with players, technical staff and management, there is total respect.”
Mourinho showed that respect towards Juventus and Max Allegri tonight, but his tense relationship with Juventus fans, perhaps, will continue forever.