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Mourinho disputes with Sevilla bench players and slams referee: We’re finished…and unfairly treated

Jose Mourinho, Roma coach, criticized the refereeing work of Englishman Anthony Taylor, the referee of the Europa League final against Sevilla.

A quarrel broke out between Rome manager José Mourinho of Portugal and the Sevilla bench during the Europa League final on Wednesday evening.

Mourinho appeared angry at the contact line and got into a heated verbal altercation with some of the Sevilla players on the bench.

Players from both teams stepped in to calm the situation, and each side returned to their seats.

Roma lost the league title to the Spanish team, losing 4-1 on penalties, after both the original and extra time ended in a positive draw with a goal for each team.

Mourinho said in a statement to Sky Sport Italia: “I said we either walk away with a trophy or we’re dead, well we’re dead, we’re dead physically and mentally, dead because we think it’s an unfair defeat.” with many controversial incidents.”

He added: “We are tired, but we are proud. I always say that you can lose a football match, but you should never lose your dignity or your professionalism. I’ve won five finals and lost one, but I’m coming home prouder than ever this time. The players gave everything. They have something this season.”

And he continued: “Dybala is crying? We care about the shirt and by nature we take things seriously and work with humility. Each of us reacts differently, but the truth is that we are all very sad. tired of the feeling of injustice.”

And the coach added: “It was a strong match with a referee who seemed to be Spaniard, constantly showing yellow cards. The injustice showed up when Lamela should have received a second yellow card, but this did not happen, and he even scored a penalty.”

Asked about his future and his position at Paris Saint-Germain, Mourinho replied: “I’m going on holiday on Monday. If we have time to talk about it, we’ll do it. Otherwise, I’ll come back and then we’ll see. I have to fight for these boys, and I’m not saying I’ll stay.”

He concluded: “I am a serious person. A few months ago I told the owners that if other clubs contacted me, they would be the first to know. I spoke to the club in December when I received the offer from Portugal.” Since then, I have not contacted anyone else. I have a year left on my contract. That’s the situation.”

Source: “Wakalat”

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